Government buildings, country music hooligans and rock n roll... the buildings were my favourite! It seems there was going a political speaker coming, as they had set up a red white and blue stage, compete with temporary seating, so you know I had to get up there and make a speech! Possibly a video to come ☺️
P.S there is also footage of me in a bar doing things I shouldn’t, but let’s not share that, shall we! Unless you can keep a secret?
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Charlie’s helipad. Government Buildings, Dublin 2.
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The 13th stop on the self-guided architectural walking tour is the Post Office. In 1929, the U.S. Government granted $80,000 to the Town for a new Post Office in exchange for the donation of land. By 1931, the Florida East Coast Railroad removed the tracks from Main Street and renamed it Royal Poinciana Way. The Company proposed the east end of the street as the new site for the Post Office. The original plans for the Post Office were completed by Mizner, however due to his untimely death, a scaled down version was completed by Louis Simon, the supervising architect for the Treasury Department. The privately-owned Post Office interiors contain murals by Charles Rosen that depict the early history of Palm Beach.
The Corwin House is celebrating 200 Years! Now home to the Warren County Engineer’s Office, this beautiful historic building was also home to Thomas Corwin who served as Governor of Ohio, U.S. Congressman, and U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. Mr. Corwin lived his adult life in the Corwin House. We think winter looks good here. 📸: @savroseshafer
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