Had to catch this tree in Blossom, late this afternoon. A few days time and the Blossom will be gone…
I didn’t go looking for this building, Iv’e past it more times than I can remember and not really taken any notice of it. How could I go past and not snap it up! It was an old stable sighted high up on a hill in Brighton. Could be Regency but probably Victorian. Beuatiful cast moulded dog heads in moulded frame fixed to the stable doors.
The Stable doors, I think its only storage now.
End of stable building. In contrast to this building, a new trendy development has been constructed opposite this image.
These are great mouldings fitted to the stable doors, let the mouldings do the talking. Lovely local history…
Brighton Station, is a beautiful example of Victorian Architecture, with its exquisite iron, glass and brickwork structure. Few of us take the time to look around our lovely Station. They are a means to an end, the start or ending of a journey, a place to drop off or collect people. Most commuters only look at the electronic platform displays for arrival or departure times in between looking in to their mobile phones whilst texting. I had almost forgotten, that this clock was up in the God’s, what a beauty!
What a fine Time Piece, Brighton Station Clock. Unfortunately, missing hands on the North Face.
Brighton Station Entrance looking North from Queens Road. As soon as the sun appears this Station is mobbed with arriving tourists and day trippers all heading straight down Queens Road / West Street to the Beach. Next stop, France and Europe…
I was verbally accosted by a Railway platform worker, we exchanged a few choice words. He said that I was not to photograph the Station and if I carried on, he would fetch the Transport Police. Apparently, I need permission from the Station Master, something to do with terrorism. Well I got the photo’s that I wanted for that moment in time. I will be back!
I recently looked at a photo, which included this fine clock hovering over a crowded platform and the steam trains below. The photo was taken during the Edwardian Period.
A close up view of the external clock, above the Station entrance. Is the Clock mount, Marble or Stone? I will find out.
So, until I can get other shot’s, I hope you like the pic’s…
More Street Art for your consumption. It was not my intension to photograph this lady, I just stumbled across her by accident, lucky me!
Another Telecommunications Box, used as a Street Canvas. This one, I found by accident in Powis Grove, Brighton. Great Art Work. I didn’t notice the turd until it was too late. I suppose that could be classed as a “Dog Tag”.