to entice you to visit
This building sure has known a variety of residents. Interesting story. It has character. Thanks for linking in.
I bet this place could really tell the stories if it could talk.
What a history!Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,~Lindy
What a wonderful house!
Very interesting post.
Very nice structure.
OH just imagine the stories these walls could tell! Wonderful picture.
The building has an interesting history but looks as though it needs a little work if it's going to continue to tell its tale to succeeding generations. Forgotten World Highway???
Makes you wonder about the stories of those who once lived in it.
Rich in history.
Old and neat!Tom The Backroads Traveller
Hopefully it will be well taken care of now that it's a heritage site.
Nice find for rubbish Tuesday!
Each room has its own story and many stories.
I love the history here. These old places link us all together in many ways.
I love old buildings because they have so much history.Betty, just wanted to welcome you to the Communal Global team.Salma
Lots of interesting stories and lives tied up in this old building. Good to see it still stands.
Looks like a cute place to stay!
oh how neat, i love it!
great to see. Where I live there are not much left of the old. :(
Neat find and an interesting read on it's history.
I owned Douglas House 40 or so years ago for 3 years. it was a real adventure that I will never forget. The Needham's visited and were so thrilled to see it lived in.That house could tell some stories for sure.
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