(Photos from June 2007 visit to Fremantle)
Freo Town Hall. Sits at the corner of St. John's Square staring silently down High Street at the Round House.
Nice bit of Victorian Free Classical (circa 1840 - c. 1890) the Freo Town hall. Built in 1885 and "a free ensemble of various Renaissance elements" according to my Name That Building book.
The little black triangle below the clock is a black swan, which is the Western Australian state emblem.
Sail & Anchor. Well-known Freo pub, on South Terrace right across the road from the Freo Markets. Pop in for a gargle after yer lamb sandwich. Very handy.
On the corner of Cantonment Street and South Terrace, opposite the railway station.
International Month of Floods & Bombings
I went away for the weekend where there were no floods or bombs or newspapers. It was restful. Coming back was not. Dear Old Things wringing their hands with worry over their UK rellies and bloody politicians running round like headless chooks.
Bit of good news though. Pasha Bulker's been dragged off Nobby's at last.