Posted by: Bruce | December 22, 2015

Toronto Hotel – NSW

Toronto Hotel was built in 1887 using locally made bricks. A fine old building which recently, has scrubbed up pretty well.

In December 2013 I posted photos of Toronto Railway Station including an older photo of Toronto Hotel. I think the station and the pub would have gone hand in hand for many patrons and for this reason thought some current photos might be an idea.

I’ve often wondered how many hotel customers staggered, slipped or skyrocketed down the station’s steep staircase on the way home? Rail services stopped in March 1990.

Photos taken 23/6/2015.

If you click on any picture you’ll quickly be presented with large, easy on the eye, images.

 

Word for today;      Continuity – It’s good that all is not flattened.

More to come;     same blog time, same blog channel

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  1. It’s very good that all is not flattened if by ‘its’ you mean our heritage.

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    • Heritage: that’s the word Mary, it was on the tip of my tongue.
      Happy Christmas to you and your family Mary. I’m glad you like the pics.

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      • love your pics, Bruce. A happy Christmas to you and yours. (It’s bound to be, with you in it.) 🙂

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  2. […] Source: Toronto Hotel – NSW […]

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    • Thanks for the linking Mary. Are you a fan of architecture?

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  3. Wonderful veranda. It has that New Orlean’s feel to it.

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    • I think the owners would probably like that imagery of New Orleans. Thanks for taking time out to leave your impressions.

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