Monday, 23 November 2015

Sydney Hospital, North Wing

The North Wing of Sydney Hospital is located along Macquarie Street. This view is from the rear and includes the Robert Brough Memorial Fountain. This heritage listed building is part of a three building complex with a central administration block linked to north and south ward wings. They were designed by Thomas Rowe and John Kirkpatrick and constructed between 1884 and 1894 in the Victorian architectural style. 


  1. Nice contrast between the ancient palace and skyscrapers! Arianna

  2. I am so happy you posted another picture of the hospital complex. This is such a gorgeous old piece of architecture. Beautiful. It looks to be swallowing up by the city around it.

  3. It's all about the arches in this architecture Jim.

  4. The hospital is a grand piece of architecture adding some personality to the towers of glass behind.

    1. And the middle tower is going soon and will be replaced by a new skyscraper.

  5. Hi Jim,

    What a gorgeous place. I'm so glad you shared this shot.

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    Have a Happy Thanksgiving and a Happy Blue Monday!


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