Lingering Look at Windows : Malanda Pub

Malanda is our nearest village, only 2 kilometres away, and along the main street it still has all the old heritage buildings. I love the friendly atmosphere. Dominating the corner as you turn down England Street ( how appropriate is that name for the pioneers to use) is the Pub/hotel. It is huge, and it has lots of windows.

So this week I am featuring our “local”.

Malanda Pub built 1911

Malanda Pub built 1911

It is a big pub

It is a big pub

 

 

 

Restaurant area

Restaurant area

We haven’t been inside yet, but on Tuesday they do a “buy 2 meals only pay for 1” deal. So we will check it out next week.

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Each week on Thursday Dawn of “the day after” asks that we post photos of windows we have come across. Having this weekly challenge opens your eyes to the amazing type and style of windows you can find. See what you can find, you may like to show them off in this challenge.

 

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7 thoughts on “Lingering Look at Windows : Malanda Pub

  1. andrea

    This is a funny gum Oracle.
    What fun for you on Monday.
    Have a nice Woche.Herzlichst Andrea
    http://andreasch45.WordPress.com/2013/02/26/kaugummiorakel/

  2. Wow so many windows! What a lovely looking local pub.

    • Malanda is a lovely laid-back country village, I will be doing a post about it soon. Today it is raining so I think we will go to the pub for lunch, they do a 2 meals for price of 1 deal on a Tuesday… 🙂

  3. I love those old Aussie pubs with the tin roofs and verandas – such character.

    • So do I, and almost every small village has one, it was often the first thing to be built, usually after the church…

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