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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Asberry Building

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Campbell Ave . Roanoke
circa 1890

Oddly I can't find much else on this building...linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasures

17 comments:

  1. A very fine looking facade with so much going on at the top - strange that its asymmetric though...

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  2. That's too bad, it would be interesting to know what it was originally built for.

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  3. Beautiful architecture. Hey, I never heard back from you if you are familiar with Black Dog Salvage and the TV show Salvage Dawgs.

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  4. Meant to tell you I enjoyed your last comment! Yes, we are hoping there is a wonderful church home waiting for us. How funny they are opening a brewery there in Roanoke too. If we'd done what we originally planned, you and I would be "neighbors" but alas, God sometimes has other things in store for us! :-) We are happy to be going to be close to the kids again, and get to explore this wonderful new area. A little concerned about the snow right now...pray for our safe journey!

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  5. I like the intricate brickwork, and beautiful blue sky!

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  6. Very pretty! But it seems so lost -

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  7. You couldn't find much on this building on line? Nothing odd about that, it happens all the time. Tanya, thanks for sharing this beauty, I hope that you have something else up you sleeve.

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  8. The detail of the architecture is so pretty! Vintage is all that matters....

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  9. It is an interesting building. The top looks like it was a replacement but probably not. Regardless, it is a very attractive building.

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  10. It looks like the buildings in Staunton!

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  11. Looking up paid off here. I really enjoy looking at the top floors of buildings. This one is very nice.

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  12. Nice detail on this building. You don't find that on modern buildings.

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  13. Interesting architecture and the light is great!

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  14. That facade is very impressive, especially at the top. It appears to claim to be the Isberry Building...Isberry probably the name of a local VIP?

    Thanks for your comments, Tanya. They are much appreciated.

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