No, I can't. But I met two people from Birmingham this weekend, and they weren't nearly so charming as you. I was shocked; I kept waiting for them to be interesting.
Come on, V - do the investigative stuff....
You are so right! Details are wonderful.
Love it, I wish 'they' hadnt painted over it, I bet if it was steam/sand blasted it would be even more gorgeous
HIker, I'm still laughing.JB, that's YOUR job.Luis, thank youDaryl, I think it's metal like the other buiilding we photographed that day, or at least some of it's metal. Look at the rust.
That BIG white building over there.
Very cool windows!!! Love the detail! Our Virgina Southern Belle is one in a million I'm guessing!!!
It's obviously seen better days but it's full of elegance. I guess that's the story of a lot of historic American urban buildings.
It was originally the Nabers, Morrow & SInnige drugstore, a five-story commercial building erected in 1898 and designed by Harry B. Wheelock.I'll look this weekend to make sure, but I suspect the exterior has always been white, and is a combination of glazed brick with terra-cotta details and cast iron columns.
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