The other buildings were made in BC so they didn't want you to be confused.
lol..very smart of them :D
Gosh I never noticed the AD up there before. I'll have to look for it.
Interesting contrast with what looks like modern plate glass behind.
Rub it in! Rub it in! My home city just got more snow, about 2.5 inches yesterday. Had to smile at the lettering on you photo; like no-one would know it was A.D. ??
That's quite unusual -- don't think I've ever seen "AD" on a building date. Cool!
1914. I remember it well. WWI started. Where were you that day? Heh, heh!
Great angle for the shot and nice effect! ~Lindy
kinda funny, actually. :)
The year sits perfectly in the brickwork!
i love knowing when the building was built that is so neat. great detail or plus for the area. ( :
I do like the "AD" as well. Looks like a cool building!
One hundred years old! That's an original sign to show it.
So is there going to be (was there) a big centennial celebration ?
That curving staircase catches my eye particularly.On this first day of spring... we have snowflakes falling.
I'd have been very surprised if it had been 1914 BC!What a bad year that was though. Bad, bad, bad.Cool lettering, I like it!
I like it too! You don't see that much anymore. Happy spring!
Nice capture! :)
Sunnybrook's comment gave me a chuckle.
I've never seen that done like that!
I wonder what that 'font' is - I want it, haha! I think the AD helps clarify things better, don't you?:)
Nice date stamp.
Isn't that funny?What is NOT funny for me is seeing the boys so close to the railing up there….my belly fell just thinking about it. too.high.for.moi.
thanks for giving us a peakinto your stomping grounds!;-}
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