Monday, 25 May 2009

Red Brick Workshops

These old workshops and lockups are in a narrow side street off of the Lower High Street. I bet they've seen a lot of change over the years and I imagine that they have been used for all sorts of different things. I like the contrast between the green door and the red bricks.

We are still enjoying the Bank Holiday Weekend! Spent a great night at the pub quiz last night with J, H and S. Did you know that Roger Daltrey was a former James Bond?! To much drink and not enough concentration! Today we are going to my mum's for a roast lamb dinner. Delicious! Hope you enjoyed your weekend too.
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9 comments:

Hilda said...

Love the blue green door! Looks like they walled up another though.

The roast lamb dinner sounds fantastic! Yum! Have a great time at your mother's!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

great capture. I love the old red brick and the green door is icing on the cake.

magiceye said...

pleasantly impressive structure specially because of the smart windows and door.
have a lovely dining experience at mum's!

Bergson said...

i like old street like this

Ineke said...

looks like a dodgy scene for a crime series. Enjoy the lamb!

Tricia said...

Roger Daltrey? Hadn't heard that one!

Sam said...

Great picture, never passed these before, how far down are they? Before the Royal Mail sorting office?

Dusty Lens said...

the green compliments the bricks. I wonder why they closed out the other door. Happy weekend, we too enjoyed our Memorial weekend.

Ming the Merciless said...

I love the color of the door against the red brick wall. Beautifully done.

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