Cool old buildings, Are there any views from out of the windows?
The very nice photo like Greetings from Poland Romulus
I LIKE :-)
This is a nice shot GG. It is good to see that they have kept this spak filla'd up. Unfortunately they probably can't put a roof on it as it would attract free loaders.
I like this beautiful shot,
very good enquadre and nice view !
Congratulations, you earned my
Warm greetings from Paolo.
Have a nice day !
Thanks all for your visits, Yes DG there was a bit of an overhaul on the old building some years ago but as you say there wont be a roof put on as malingerers would just move in...
I bet theres a great view up there, I'm glad to see its not been demolished and has been cleaned up :)
Too bad about the roo It would make a great restoration for visitors to see.
Oop's, I ment roof.
Very good photo! Like!
One could imagine the necessity for such a landmark especially at night..I've just checked out the location which shows the navigational difficulties in King George sound! It's a nice shot Lex :) L
Thanks Jim, yes it is a difficult port to enter with a crooked dog leg channel. In 1977 a grain ship capitan decided to enter the port without help from our local pilot skipper and ran into the hill a few hundred meteres north of the channel..
Cheers to All!
Bet he had second thoughts about using the local pilot :-)
Very nice shot!
Ciao from Italia!
When I saw the photo, I think of Scotland, there are many farms as ruins
Hi Leszek ** With a lot of TLC one could live in again, I once renovated a place like that, L Regards Ebi
I hope the locals got the cargo off to help re-float it!
Jim from my childhood memories I believe the ship used its bucket scoop to dump its cargo overboard & waited for high tide before the tug pulled it off the rocks...
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