A palatial garage, what a surprise.
I would not have thought that the would have had enough cars to need a large garage building in 1906.
I'd park my car there just to be able to take photos, it's magnificent!
They don't make garages like this any more.
WOW! That is a palatial garage indeed! What a superb capture, JM, and of course, I love your blue skies! Have a great weekend!Sylvia
I love that kind of architecture.Re. your comment on VDP about shops: a lot of the little independent shops closed in the past 18 months or so but I was glad to see that new ones have finally opened...
J'y habiterais volontiers ... oui oui !
Well, nice garage:)
I've never seen such a place. You certainly titled the post properly. The thought of that being a garage is mind-boggling!
Wel this is a different type of building to usual and surprisingly lovely.
Lovely turn of the century grand structure...
Somos filhos dessa terra. Lembra algumas construções por cá.
Dave said what I was going to say. Who would have thought to build such a big and expensive building for automobiles a century ago?
I love the big windows!
Apologies. It is only now that I begin to go through the list of blogs I like that I realise you have moved. It seems I have been missing some very interesting photos.However - greetings at Christmas!Lucy
A wonderful building to see.. they just use glass and a flimsy frame these days.
what will archaeologists make of this 2000 years from now?
Quite an impressive and large building for a time when less than the top 1% had cars!
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