Saturday, September 23, 2017

Up and down London Court..



Ever since it first opened in 1937 tourists have been drawn to the quaint Tudor styling of London Court..its value recognized in 1996 when it was registered on the State Register of Heritage Places. I remember often sitting in the cafes along here when we first came to Perth, sadly nowadays it's usually a quick walk through to get from Hay Street to St. Georges Terrace or vice versa. London Court has just had a $3 million restoration, when I took these shots a few days ago the scaffolding had just come down. Next time we are here I am determined to take the time to relax and people watch for a while :) Bon weekend, take care and stay safe... P.s. I always gaze longingly into this shop.. time to go in do you think :) 


26 comments:

  1. Yes, go into the shop! It looks like there's quite an eclectic mix of places in there.

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  2. I love places like this. Lots of people watching and lots of interesting shops. A perfect place to spend some time.

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  3. Oh, I'm so jealous. We have nothing like this. I would spend many days here wandering through the shops, eating at the restaurants, watching the people! Great fun!

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  4. A taste of home so far away for some, eh? :)

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  5. It certainly looks like a little piece of London, Grace!

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  6. It looks a nice street to walk through, I like those narrow streets. Have a nice weekend Grace!

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  7. It looks inviting to shop and then have something to drink.

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  8. Go in! This looks like a place I would love to take a stroll.

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  9. It was an interesting place that we just happened across.

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  10. Very nice place. A little bit of the old world in the new.

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  11. Looks like a great place to do some photo hunting. Have a wonderful weekend Grace.

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  12. It looks like a great place to browse and shop! Love the photos, PDP.

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  13. What a great looking little street. It has a lot of character without looking contrived. And Trowbridge! Yes! How can you resist? Those world globes alone are enough to draw me in.

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  14. Oh, we honestly also just pass through to load our smartriders, Grace.
    Maybe because we have that style here, too...

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  15. Looks the perfect place to relax and people watch. Looking forward to your photos. Cheers Diane

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  16. What a nice area to wander around in Grace. You definitely need to go inside that shop!

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  17. I'd stop for a cuppa. Let's see more.

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  18. Ah yes, this is truly a spot I'd enjoy!

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  19. Loved the clicks. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. We always go there when we visit Perth. You must stop and window shop and have a coffee.

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