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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Art-deco roof

This building across the road from Frilly Milly's is currently a small superstore selling discounted goods.

Previously it was quite a thriving two-storey indoor market with lots of different stalls and a well-loved cafe. Now there is retailing only on the ground floor.

Originally it was the Hippodrome Cinema.


Lavender Lady said...

I can't quite make out the shadow of the words on the building...but when I enlarged the picture...I like where you put your copyright.

Nathalie said...

Good eye, Lavender Lady!
I concentrated on reading the traces of the old sign, suppose it was Super Market?

isabella said...

Interesting architecture...Suppose you miss the cafe, too?

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Art Deco was the style of architecture in the twenties and thirties when many theatres were built.
Oliver, being a new town built at that time, has lots of Art Deco facades including our theater, I will post a pic of that.

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