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May 07, 2018 17:13 |  #227

Roof needs some work...




  
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Jul 14, 2018 17:43 |  #228

Squero di San Trovaso: Gondola boatyard house.
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Jul 15, 2018 02:19 |  #229

For us Aussies you'll know what these mean.
they are 'houses'.
theyr'e the 'Out House', 'Dunny', 'Long Drop', 'Thunder Box',
In plain English - the Toilet, latrine, and other words best not mentioned here.
Even in dilapidated looking state, on a lean, they still functioned.
Snakes and Redbacks amongst other things are a feature of them. Even featured in songs
They were part of suburbia from their beginning. Land was set aside in early town layouts and 'nightcart' lanes are still common in many older towns and cities today. Original use long gone.
A couple from many


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Jul 17, 2018 21:11 |  #233

avondale87 wrote in post #18663020 (external link)

Just following on from the 'Out House'
These are in Sydney and show the 'Night Cart Lane' and of course the 'Out Houses'


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Jul 18, 2018 04:51 |  #234

Most of the houses in this neighborhood were built between 1920 and 1950. Many are run down, many others have been preserved, and an increasing number are being renovated and/or regentrified. This one, I think, falls into the first category:


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Jul 21, 2018 13:48 |  #235

Painting the ceiling of the porch a proper color, circa 1889.


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Jul 21, 2018 17:02 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #236

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Maybe Oz isn't the only country with outhouses?
Not a great pic, took this in Amalfi, Italy


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Jul 21, 2018 17:12 |  #237

backn4th wrote in post #18667592 (external link)
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Maybe Oz isn't the only country with outhouses?

No, don't reckon we would be.
It's just (if you're old enough) so much part of everyday life in any part of the country.
And there's jokes, poems, songs that incorporate them

Yours looks well dug in.



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Jul 23, 2018 23:09 |  #238

Went digging through the films to find the house that my grand parents bought in the 30's that was built in 1907. My aunt was living here until she passed in '97. One of the old family pics showed this street that was lined with similar homes. As it progressed into the later 60's the zoning was also commercial so the homes were sold and turned into factories and warehouses. Really liked the build qualities of the homes from the turn of the century.

Some of the partial scans done today. Nothing had been remolded or updated so there were many original bits including 2 claw foot tubs. Really liked this house but it was in desperate need and the area over the years had turned pretty rough/bad. Nobody in the family could take on such a project and we sold the place in '98 for $54K.

Anyway...Nikon F4s and 50/1.4 with Fuji Reala.


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Jul 23, 2018 23:10 |  #239

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Jul 23, 2018 23:26 |  #240

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