Vernacular Architecture

September 11, 2008 at 22:06 | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Buildings in Duke Street

I was pretty busy yesterday and didn’t manage an entry. My apologies.

The mouldings around the windows of these buildings in Duke Street are characteristic of this corner of England, and in fact are one of the few features of Barrow that are more Cumberland than Lancashire.

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  1. It is so typical of Cumberland. I have to photograph chimney pots. I see you have hanging baskets. I think they are making a comeback as we are suddenly innudated with them.


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