Interesting architecture, as can always be expected with these places. The only one of them I can think of here is way out in the west end.
The Masons sure get around.
Tom, their lodges, temples and halls were quite prevalent around Sydney although they have been disappearing in recent years or are being repurposed now.
hey, Jim ... why are they disappearing? i know the group is hush, hush around here too. wink. wink. ha. ha!!! ( :
Plenty of signs and a good fence, too!
Looks like it's well used according to all those signs!
Serving the community is a good use for this building.
nice lodge. i like the wall.
We have several Mason lodges around here, but nothing looks like this. Very nice.
we see similar ones often around here in VA. happy weekend, Jim! ( ;
Building sure go through many changes.
There is so much history with the freemasons, some is related to the Knights Templars according to some experts, i dont know about that but i think it is fascinating, lots of history wich i love.http://blog.photobymanka.se/
I can think of at least one lodge/temple in downtown Toronto that has been a concert hall before it was bought by a media conglomerate. I must get a photo of it.
Very nice looking building though the signs make it look like it's for sale
Yes, Bill. I'm not a fan of the signs either. I think when you have too many, people would pay less attention.
Very interesting buildingI like your picture.Greetings.Lucja
I love brick buildings. This one has such a nice brick wall in front of it.
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