A photographic look at life in the Greater Toronto Area
Looks good in b & w -- gives it an older feel.
This is beautiful and it's very nice they take good care of the place!Your picture is wonderful, love b&w!Léia
What's in there now? Always good to preserve part of history.
@Kate - it's home to artist ateliers, a children's theater and other art-related ventures.
I always love it when old buildings are preserved and repurposed. This is a lovely one.
I'll just start at the top and work my way down!
They have done a good job there!
They have done a great job in retaining the character of a wonderful old building.
I remember this place from previous posts - pictures taken from a different perspective, right?This is a very attractive entrance entry area. The signs may be confusing, but the add a bit of pizazz!
I like this place with character, a non-cookie-cutter look.
I really like this sign. Something I have never seen before.
Bien vu en noir et blanc !
very nice and so classic in b & w!
Of course I had to follow the link. What a wonderful transformation!
A new use is exactly the opposite of what I posted today.
It's always wonderful when older buildings find new uses and new life!
I was a little confused at first - then I read on. I haven't been inside Wychwood Barns (so appreciate the photos you and RedPat take)
It's nice to see the structure, like stations in England.
I thought the same thing as Tapirgal. It reminds me of stations in England too. It's a beautiful building and a wonderful shot!
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.