Thursday, 15 November 2018

Chippendale, pub and gate

The Clare Hotel and the former entrance of the Carlton and United Brewery are located along Broadway, in the inner city suburb of Chippendale. The heritage listed Hotel Clare was built in 1941 in the Inter-War Functionalist style on the corner of Broadway and Kensington Street. It has also been known as the Kegroom Tavern, County Clare Inn and County Clare Hotel over the years. The Old Clare Hotel is a boutique hotel which stretches across the pub and the former Carlton & United Breweries Administration Building. The heritage listed gate of the former Kent Brewery, later Tooth's Brewery and then Carlton Brewery, stands next to the pub leading to Carlton Street. It still bears the logo and trademark of brewer Tooth and Co, Invicta the rampant stallion. 

10 comments:

  1. Interesting gate with a clearance of 4.3m. Most traffic should have no problem with that.

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  2. What an interesting combination of buildings!

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  3. ...oh, I like that rounded building on the corner.

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  4. Interesting post. I was not familiar with the term Inter-War Functionalist style but I get what it means.

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  5. two very different but interesting builfing in front of the railings Have a lovely weekend.

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