A Daily Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

Friday, August 12, 2011


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.


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

  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.

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


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