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Friday, April 14, 2006

Hyde Library


Until recently Hyde Library on Union Street has been covered in scaffolding. Now the restoration has been completed. I've yet to see what they've done to the inside.

7 comments:

luminlight said...

Dunno how it was before the rstoration, but it looks really nice as of now. =)

Anne said...

Yup I like the color...very warm and inviting =)

Grant F said...

looks like a fine traditional english brick building. they've done a good job with restoration

Mandy said...

What's that statue on the top?

Cynthia! said...

very beautiful!! love the color, i think they´re doing a really nice job with the restauration!

Mark said...

They don't make them like that any more.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

The statue is supposed to represent Minerva, the Roman goddess of knowledge.

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