Thursday doors #40

Here’s a few more doors from Australia. As I mentioned last week, I don’t have a particularly large selection because most of the wooden doors on older buildings appear to have been replaced with metal ones.

A rather elegant entrance in Brisbane
Art Deco block in Spring Hill
One from Townsville
A door in Sydney though probably not the original one

And finally, a trio from Brisbane’s beautiful City Hall

 

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Thursday doors #39

Finally, here’s some doors from Australia. I don’t have a particularly large selection because most of the wooden doors on older buildings appear to have been replaced with metal ones. I guess the problem is quite possibly termites.

This pair were being used for decorative purposes in Paddington

 

This is a church door in Townsville

 

These were the doors of a music venue in Fortitude Valley

 

Another church door on the walk back to Spring Hill from CBD

 

This door was in Noosa

 

This butcher’s shop was near New Farm in Brisbane

This bright blue door was also in Fortitude Valley, along with the wrought iron gates with cocktail glasses below.

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Thursday doors #38

Here’s Part III of a  large selection of doors and doorways from my early July trip to the Belgian capital, Brussels.

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Thursday doors #37

Here’s Part II of a large selection of doors and doorways from my July trip to Brussels.

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Thursday doors #36

You may recall that I visited Brussels in July which proved to be a fertile hunting ground for old and interesting doors. I took soooooooooooo many photos that I’m going to feature them over the next few weeks.

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Thursday doors #35

Here’s Part II of a  large selection of doors and doorways from my recent trip to the Bavarian town of Lindau, on Lake Konstanz.

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Thursday doors #34

Here’s Part I of a  large selection of doors and doorways from my recent trip to the Bavarian town of Lindau, on Lake Konstanz.

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Thursday doors #33

Here’s a  selection of doors from my recent trip to Bavarian town of Munich. Thanks to the rain, all these magnificent doors can be found within a few hundred metres of the Bayerischehof Hotel.

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Thursday doors #32

Here’s Part II of a  selection of doors from my recent trip to the medieval town of Konstanz, on Lake Konstanz.

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Thursday doors #31

Here’s Part 1 of a  selection of doors from my recent trip to the medieval town of Konstanz, on Lake Konstanz. Quite a few of the doors have the dates the building was completed above them.

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