Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Paddington, school

Paddington Public School is located along Oxford Street, in the eastern suburb of Paddington. This heritage listed building was designed by G A Mansfield and built in 1856 in the Victorian Italianate architectural style. The two additional wings were designed by W E Kemp and built in 1893 in the Federation Free Classical architectural style.


  1. Being built in 1856, this building was fortunate to survive the 160+ years of so-called development and modernity. In fact the Victorian Italianate architectural style still looks excellent.

  2. This is what a handsome building as I would call it.

    Worth A Thousand Words

  3. Both are beautiful in their own ways! Nice capture. Gorgeous day as well. :)

  4. I love these gorgeous old buildings. Thanks for joining us at Wednesday Around the World Jim. Have a great week.

  5. I like this old building.
    Greetings from Germany

  6. Like the soberness of this cheerful building and the minimal style details of it. :) Jesh


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