Thursday, August 13, 2009

Tangible history

Buuildings are like stories - they can be read and interpreted. Here, an old building, once a very early church in Laaiplek, first had screen walls (a later concept) added, and then a new entrance added, together with the "broekie lace" iron fretwork mandatory in Victorian times. Now it is going to undergo another change and will house a Fisheries museum, although this time there will be almost no change to the exterior of the building.
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2 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

If only walls could talk . . . .

LENORENEVERMORE said...

I agree, especially abandoned building...wonder who use to live there & so on...
Lovely weekend to you!