Two for Tuesday: Engine House #29

This engine house, built in 1894, features  “wide Syrian arch carriage openings, an arrangement of upper windows into bands and registers, carefully coursed rock faced stone, and Romanesque foliate carvings,” 04 March 2014.

This engine house, built in 1894, features “wide Syrian arch carriage openings and Romanesque foliate carvings”as well as some awesome tilework in a marble/brownstone polychromatic pattern, 04 March 2014.

Mmh, look at those sexy Romanseque arches, 04 April 2014.

Mmh, look at those sexy, brownstone Romanesque arches, 04 April 2014.

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