Doors can be wonderful conversation pieces if the are large or unusual. They can be totally ignored even when unusual. They tend to keep the outside world out and the inside world, umm err, in. In our travels we have captured images of interesting doors which highlights some of the many places we have visited.
Grain Growers Building Entrance, Inverell, Central Western NSW.
Staff entrance? At an empty shop at Guyra, New England District, NSW.
Carriage House entrance in Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW.
Entrance to the Mill Museum, which, strangely was once a…Mill.. Uralla, New England District, NSW.
This building was erected in 1845 in Cumberland Street in the Rocks district of Sydney and if you look closely at the lower keyhole it suggests this may have been the original door. It was once known as “LILLYDALE” as an Inn but was originally built to be a Gentlemens Residence.
What a wonderful gate which catches the eye instantly at Armidale, New England District, NSW. Even more interesting is it is a back gate opening onto a little used car park.
Cataract Dam in the hinterland behind Wollongong has a number or turret like structures with sold timberr doors.
Old church which is now a movie theatre at Glen Innes in the New England district of northern NSW.
The old tomber built Dromaderry Hotel at Central Tilba on the NSW South Coast is an interesting building its own right. However, standing across the street and looking at it with a critical eye it seems to be a fire hazard. Old, old timber and around 100 years of paint. I liked the door though.
A side gate on and old uninteresting house at Dorrigo NSW on the Great Dividing Range.
Tags: Armidale, Cataract Dam, Central Tilba, Central Western NSW, Dorrigo, Dromaderry Hotel, Glen Innes, Guyra, Inverell, New England District, The Rocks, Uralla