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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Williams' Club Hotel - Glen Innes


Williams' Club Hotel in Glen Innes is a true icon of New Engand. A glorious Edwardian boom style hotel built in 1906 and still very much in it's original condition. It is still run by the descendants of Thomas & Bridget Wilson, the builders and original licensee. To read more about the pub in an article on the R M Williams magazine website click here. 

12 comments:

  1. I love these heritage iconic Aussie buildings.

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  2. I really like that look!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  3. Very attractive iron-work on this hotel Mark and I love that big surround verandah .... don't you wish they built hotels like that now.

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  4. It looks a wonderful old building. Good to see it's still being used today.

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  5. I love the architecture and metal scroll work on these old pubs. It is sad when they fall into disrepair.
    I have just joined Our World Tuesday. It is great to meet another Aussie. Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Great shot for RT ~

    Carol of (A Creative Harbor) on blogger ^_^

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  7. What a marvelous and lovely building...I love everything about it! I would like to go for a visit! I love the porch wrapping all the way around. The details on this building are just fabulous!

    You got a great shot too!

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