the period technology is cool :)
I expect it was the best that was offered at that time :)
Fascinating stuff here ... don't think I'd like to cook in the kitchen though!What a lot of keys, obviously needed at the time!All the best Jan
Not my cup of tea in that kitchen either.
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Such large ones too.
Wow, I did like these photos
You will have to visit when you come down.
Very worn masonry steps always set my imagination running. The kitchen fire place certainly had lots of use.
Must have been heaps of people on those steps to make them worn like that.
Not an easy life. For anyone.
Nope and I'm glad I didn't live in those days.All though I wouldn't know any different if I had of.
I love looking at old machinery and stuff, but I'm glad I don't have to live in those times. I'm such a wuss about hard work.The back wall of that fireplace looks like it's ready to collapse.
That wall doesn't look the best.I like my modern day equiptment..
Iit looks depressing for me
It does to most of us I think Gosia.
I like that boot cleaner!
It's something I didn't see until outside on the way back to the vehicle.
Fascinating and lovely!
Hm interesting fire place. I wonder if all the smoke stays inside.Greetings,Filip
No it wouldn't have done, for the chimney's would have been built correctly back then.
That key collection resembles a "puzzle" in one of those escape games that are popular at the moment.
Your gorgeous pictures mask some of the harshness. Appreciate you sharing.
You are welcome and extremely hard times back then.
Excellent.... I really think you've documented this place very well.
Thank you - last post on the goal.
I love these photos. I am always interested in old china, keys, etc. Take care.
Large keys are always old - remember having a large key for the door years ago.
So many keys! I would have to label them. Very interesting machinery.
I expect those keys were labeled back then.
Fantastic goal, love them.
I could use one of those boot scrapers!
Where's the microwave?:) Grin.You have a great weekend.
I really love to look at your series of Richmond Gaol. It's a great report. Thanks for sharing.
Can you even imagine spending time in that gaol? It looks a very foreboding place.