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Guesthouse Work

Our pile of plasterboard is slowly diminishing and the walls are going up well. Marc now has 3 walls in his bedroom, and the bathroom, shower and bathroom entrance (ante bagno in Italian) have all the plasterboard up. 100 more words

Plasterboard

Hargrave Mansions, London

I recently moved to Archway, in the London Borough of Islington. Perhaps the first piece of architecture to catch my attention in my new neighbourhood was this row of uniform terraced houses, called Hargrave Mansions, on the south side of Hargrave Road.* When I first glimpsed them from the corner of Holloway Road, I was immediately intrigued by the contrast between red brick walls and the white of window frames and parapets. 425 more words

Archway

Italian Arch

No words needed really.. just lovely.

Morecambeology Episode 39: Doorways to Poulton's Past by Peter Wade

Poulton Arch stands alone as a curious relic in its little park on Poulton Road. It looks more like a castle gateway than what it really is – a 13th century doorway to the manor house of Poulton-le-Sands. 298 more words

Morecambe

Day 88|365

My favourite door is for sale! Unfortunately you need to buy the whole house along with it, and that’s just a liiiittle out of our price range. 28 more words

The Way Ahead

Not sure if I am interpreting Paula’s prompt of ‘Way’ effectively, but decided I wouldn’t do signs or roads..

So, some interpretations of ‘The Way Ahead’, three of which are ‘through the archway’: 14 more words

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