Monthly Archives: September 2011
A sunny Sunday, and people (and wildlife) enjoying the Spring weather!
Just some of the historic buildings in Glenelg. The Wallis Cinema – a prime example of the Art Deco Period – has since been demolished to make room for a car park. No comment.
Not only is there a danger of losing our architectural history; there is also the danger of losing some freedoms we now cherish. As Thomas Jefferson said, “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”
Port Adelaide has a long history – the “Troubridge” serviced Kangaroo Island and many of the Gulf Ports until being discontinued. For more information on the “Troubridge”, go to this Website in the Gallery.
Laura is a lovely town, some 2-3 hours drive to the north of Adelaide. The surrounding farmlands were devastated by the drought that occurred in the late 1860’s, despite the warnings from Surveyor General, George Goyder, who said that the bumper … Continue reading
There’s a lot of private, and not-so-private homes and houses (there is a difference) of different styles in Adelaide. Here’s some to click on for a better view.
Adelaide, since its foundation, has seen many different styles of Architecture – Art Deco, Modern, even Neo-Gothic. As time goes on, any more I find interesting, I’ll put up here.
Rear entrances to buildings in the Adelaide CBD. As you can see, they were loading areas, and one has been bricked up. For quite some time, by the look of it. Other hidden places need to found by looking out, … Continue reading
Once the home of the Hayward Family, Carrick Hill was bequeathed to the people of South Australia by its builder, Sir Edward Hayward. Sir Edward was also the guiding hand behind the inauguration of the world-famous Christmas Pageant. These Pix … Continue reading
These are some of the houses in the town of Mt. Torrens about 50 kilometres east of Adelaide.