Hey Rose, it's beautiful!
It is pretty. I just love those older buildings. I also love seeing them being taken care of.
Está muito bem conservado.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hello,It is pretty, I like the red brick. Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend ahead.
now a days they would use a bucket to lift the painter up there to do all the detail, I am always amazed that they could build things like this in 1871...I wonder if they built scaffolding back then. all those heavy bricks ups so high and details at the top, plus the roof
It still looks like newly painted.
I think it would take a painter with a history of caring about this building.
People must have had more time and patience back in 1871.
Kudos to historic preservation!! Nice color palette here, indicative of that period. Happy Thanksgiving!
I love this brick red colour for the building..and the cream and grey..lovely colour combination..Lovely imageDevi :)))
Yes, it sure is!!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!And may even through struggles we find something to be thankful forMaryBeth
I love all the detailed architecture in the older buildings.
It's beautiful but you'll need a long ladder to get up there I imagine.
I love seeing painted details like that but wouldn't want to be the one to do it!My Corner of the World
The painter would have a big job, alright.
It does look pretty, great colours.All the best Jan
It is beautifully designed and painted.
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