Sunday, February 12, 2017

the corn store

originally built in 1902, converted in to apartments 1997 and dedicated in 1998.


etchings depicting some history of the times when it operated as a corn store


 an apparatus from the old days, maybe it helped to grind the grain


the plaque commemorating the official opening


18 comments:

  1. Nice to see old buildings like this tastefully renovated for a new purpose.

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  2. A pretty building from the outside. Thanks for your explanation yesterday :)

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  3. Nice old building. I like it.

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  4. A well renovated building. It must be nice to live there knowing about it's history.

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  5. Fascinating. Attractive building, too. I'd love to see an apartment. This all probably sounds rather corny! ;)

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  6. Gosh what a fantastic building Bill, I wonder what the apartments are like.. the front door alone is a work of art!

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  7. It would be fun to see what the apartments look like. The outside has been restored beautifully.

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  8. ...a wonderful restoration.

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  9. Mooi huis Bill, je weet ze wel te vinden.
    Groet Kees.

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  10. Very distinctive apartments. You might say corny. :-)

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  11. It is an interesting building. I do like that red door and the red trim around the windows.

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  12. It looks like the building was made to last...and the renovation certainly proves that it has. It looks great.

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  13. Everything about this place is interesting. The forms, the colors, the etched glass and the sign. Nice find!

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  14. What a nice and interesting posting! Beautiful work on the windows around the door.

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