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The St Kilda Pavilion is a historic kiosk located at the end of St Kilda Pier
(St Kilda, Victoria, Australia).

The kiosk was designed by James Charles Morell and built in 1904 by John W. Douglas. On 11 September 2003 the structure was destroyed in a fire.

After massive public support to rebuild the kiosk, it was reconstructed to the original 1903 plans. Some of the salvaged components of the pavilion have been used, such as the cast iron roof, decorative cresting and weather vane.
It re-opened in March 2006. The Pavilion is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

Tags: Melbourne Victoria Landscape and travel St kilda St Kilda pier CITY OF PORT PHILLIP St KILDA PAVILION

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7 Mar 2016 6:59PM
I really like the progression of this excellent sequence Jean-Noel.


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A superbly crafted image. Great silhouettes & POV.
10 10 10 England
7 Mar 2016 7:39PM
A great pleasure to take a walk on a pier. so pleased to hear how this one was reconstructed. You muust have enjoyed taking this set of images.
Bantu 5 7 1 India
8 Mar 2016 3:40AM
Lovely composition,beautiful capture my friend.


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