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Redbrick Goth

I love the wee portico. It could do with a sandblasting though.


George Street near the Goulburn Street lights. I'm taking a punt and putting this one in the 19th rather than the early 20th century. UPDATE, 12-2-06: 1936 says the dedication plaque and I doubt if it was dedicated more than a few years after it was finished.


Update, 29-1-06: Don't know yet when it was built but the design is Victorian Free Gothic or Victorian Tudor (both circa 1840 - circa 1890). They're very similar styles when it comes to red brick churches.


Turret group, do you reckon those are turrets or spires? I'm leaning towards spires.


Spike's Woy Woy blog with pictures & swearing

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Taken on January 28, 2006