Sunday, 5 February 2017

Newtown, St Joseph's Catholic Church

St Joseph's Catholic Church is on the corner of Bedford Street and Station Street, in the inner city suburb of Newtown. This heritage listed church was built in 1869 in the Gothic architectural style.

18 comments:

  1. Hi! The church's photo is very beautiful. Wishing you a nice weekend.

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  2. Looks like St. Joseph's is well looked after Jim.. Lovely warm light on the bricks of the church.

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  3. Well, would not expect that in the subs. Or would I? To be frank, I spent my time in the traveller´s deep garage in King´s Cross back in 1995 and haven´t seen that much of the city.
    The Phantom Of The Opera was on when we arrived and now-hubby said: when we come back. Six months later it was off. I´m still a bit mad of that...

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    1. Iris, there are many magnificent old churches in our suburbs. I think I saw that show back then. It did have a fairly long run.

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  4. An appealing little church in delightful lighting.

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  5. another great location, you always find a new place to photo.

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  6. really nice building, looks oldish anyway.

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  7. Beautiful church. Architecture wonderful and so fragile.
    Blessed Sundays :)

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  8. Where is light there is shadow. Great crisp and clean shot. I like it.

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  9. Nice church looks more authentic than many of new ones

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