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Still Standing

By gwynn56  
stone and bricks what a mix , when you think of the tools and equipment they had in the days they originally built this , it shows just how good the architects and builders were in them days , wonder what they could of built if they had todays technology back thenSmile seems they took pride in what they built judging by the fancy brickwork , and wanted their buildings to last , unlike some modern day structures built on the cheap and got no style about them , seems some only have a life of about 30 years these days
not sure what I done with the picture on computer it not let me view it , though oddly it uploaded on here it seems , wish I had cloned out the vapour trail at the top though Sad

Tags: General Architecture Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

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17 Apr 2013 10:12AM
A great shot of an original building, Gwynn!
I like the vapour trail in the sky!


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17 Apr 2013 10:16AM
Superb capture of this building.
cats_123 Plus
14 4.8k 28 Northern Ireland
17 Apr 2013 10:20AM
some fine architecture GrinGrin
Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
17 Apr 2013 10:27AM
Lovely image of this golden oldie Smile
johnke 5 223 15
17 Apr 2013 10:52AM
A strange building Gwynn and captured very well...John
ColleenA Plus
5 362 6 Australia
17 Apr 2013 11:48AM
A great capture GwynnGrin
Kim Walton 14 145 30 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 11:59AM
Prefer this one Wink
Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 1:30PM
It is indeed a very fine building Gwynn.
Such intricate design and detail - work to be proud of.
Nigeve1 Plus
5 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 1:43PM
Great portrait of a fine building.
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 152 16 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 3:07PM
A great image of this fine buildingSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

richmowil Plus
9 352 2 England
17 Apr 2013 3:09PM
A good image of something that will never be built again, in that way!!
17 Apr 2013 3:25PM
A fantastic capture of this building Gwynn
17 Apr 2013 4:10PM
Wonderful architecture capture !
TyChee 13 275 1 United States
17 Apr 2013 4:18PM
Great detailed shot of this building. It certainly has a lot of character and a lot of skilled work went into building it. I'm glad its still around.

derrymaine 5 17 Greece
17 Apr 2013 5:14PM
great hdr shot, very effective. like the texture Smile
xwang 9 56 8
17 Apr 2013 5:55PM
Yes, they are beautiful.. I agree.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 6:25PM
A wonderful foreword supported by this rather monumental image crammed with pin sharp detail and colour

Regards Nathan
1881 6 India
17 Apr 2013 6:27PM
Lovely image of this golden oldie BlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushBlushTongue
nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
17 Apr 2013 8:23PM

Quote:A wonderful foreword supported by this rather monumental image crammed with pin sharp detail and colour

Regards Nathan

Well put by Nathan. I like it a lot. Monumental capture, indeed.
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2016 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 9:05PM
Yes, it's still standing, and looks proud to be there. Isn't it a pity they don't build like this any more?
I'm a great fan of old buildings, especially unusual brickwork, chimneys, etc.
From what I have been able to gather, this is Leeds Bridge House, a triangular-shaped building, built as a Temperance Hotel in 1875, and now occupied by a printing firm. 138 years old, eh? The shape itself is so unusual.
mooreish 5 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 9:26PM
Super building and well captured, Like the vapor trail of the plane that just flew over
18 Apr 2013 6:20AM
A grand old building Gwynn well capturedSmile
13 May 2013 5:05PM
Lovely. Reminds me of the Flat Iron building in New York and the other one in Toronto (can't remember what that one is called) much smaller version though. Would love to see this and photograph it too. Great shot!

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