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Hi Joyce, this is a typical Victorian style building but I've never seen one so narrow before. I wonder what the attic room looks like inside I bet you'd have to stoop. Thanks...Sue
Love this picture!! I was thinking & thinking and trying to find what this great building reminded me of!! Just before posting my comment, I read all the comments & was happy to see Kevin's comment. That's exactly it, the old fire houses except this building has great chimneys. LOL Many thanks Sue!! :)))(time, 5:33)
A lot of our architecture on both sides of the Atlantic is similar especially the Victorian era. I use geograph for the pictures I put over on Jigidi. Thanks for the infor kevin and try tea with milk not lemon...Sue
Looking at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3212064, which claims that this building was built in 1885 for a jeweler. At least I had the age right :)
Nice picture, Sue, even if I don't particularly like hot tea. For some reason, the brick building reminds me of many fir stations that were built in New England from the 1880's through 1930's. This might have been just wide enough for one fire engine - kevin
I hope the space above is used for something and not left empty, too much of a waste. It is a narrow building but looks as though it goes back away. Thanks 48...Sue
Wonder if the proprietors own the building and live above the tea room? Very narrow space Sue - not sure I wouldn't have to turn sideways to fit inside! ;-)Thanks for a fun puzzle!