I try to remember to “look up”, to photograph those things which are above our normal eye level. Here is some detail of the top floor of the “Bottom Pub” in Bridge Street, Uralla. It also reminds me that adding the date of construction was a popular feature of Victorian and later buildings.
Bridge Street, Uralla. Sunday afternoon stollers.
It’s still a grey Sunday afternoon in Uralla!
I was intrigued by this building – the one with the red corrugated iron roof – Wallace House. It at first looked like an old hotel – but there’s no upper-storey verandah, and the windows aren’t appropriate for hotel bedrooms upstairs.
… and from the rear.
I wonder what its story is?