Interesting double door, the bottom one to a cellar I presume. My guess is that something may have been poured down here at one stage - any ideas what...?
I have no idea, but that brick is beautiful!
Awesome Photo!! I hope you'll have a look at my blogs. Thankshttp://snapshotpub.blogspot.comhttp://creativeliquid.blogspot.com
That just looks old. The green door reminds me of the old days and "green grocers."
Handsome, historic grocers building! I guess they put coal down that smaller door for the heating.
Lots of nice brick and stone in Lancaster Lois, but the weather occasionally makes it look a bit grim! Thanks Creative Liquid, I'll take a look at your blog tomorrow. Abe, I was wondering who might mention that. Leif, I was thinking wheat or something like that - something they would then weigh and bag themselves before selling - but perhaps you are right.
I reckon the husband of the shop-keeper poured himself down there after a night on the town and to avoid herself poised inside with the rolling pin!Great photo, Eamon. Lovely brick ... door ... decay ...
Love it! This gives the old warning, "Watch your step!" a whole new meaning!
The building looks to be in fairly good shape but that's one very high step. OOPS!
Weird, I've never seen a door like this before! But the color of the door is just beautiful :)
Back again...Thanks for your visit to my Pick a Peck of Pixels Blog and for your comment there about Japanese trains and the toilets. And your visit helps me get closer to my original goal: 10,000 visits. Pick a Peck of Pixels
Hi theгe! Ι could have ѕworn I've been to this blog before but after reading through some of the post I realized it's new to mе. Anyhow, I'm definitely delighted I found it and I'll be bοokmaгking and checking back οften!Also viѕit my web ѕite: mediral hcg drops
As thе aԁmin оf this site is ωorking, no question very soon it will be well-known, duе to its featuгe contents.Also visit my blog ... hcg diet cookbook
Thanks for the comment in advance. All thoughts are appreciated ~ Eamon.