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Friday, August 12, 2011

Gutted

Yesterday I posted on the old flour mill in Inverell which was gutted by fire but rebuilt and reused. I wonder what fate awaits the Byron Arcade that also suffered a terrible fire over a year and a half ago ago. It now stands as an empty shell, home to a flock of pigeons.

The facade seems to be in good order and it would be great to see it reused as this block of the street scape contains a fantastic row of shops from the 1900's to the 1930's.
This is a Friday Skywatch post. Click here to see other views of the heavens from around our globe.

3 comments:

  1. Would like to see how it turns out when they've rebuilt.

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  2. Great to see a comment from you Jim. Have been away for a few days and blog on autopilot. Hope you are feeling a little bit better everyday.

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  3. All that's left is this frame and yet it looks beautiful!

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