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Old foundations of a building demolished after the earthquake. It's now a seagull colony of sorts.

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Restoration of the Fremantle Town Hall – The wrapping #01 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The early stages of the now completed and award-winning restoration of the Fremantle Town Hall involved its wrapping.

The restoration of the 130-year-old Town Hall, which was completed in May 2017, was the largest heritage conservation project ever undertaken by the City of Fremantle. I took this image in August 2016.

It reinstated the building’s traditional appearance by stripping the paint off the walls to reveal the original stucco exterior and included reconstructing the slate roofs and refurbishing the historic clock.
 

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url= https://flic.kr/p/2hFpe2M wrapping - Restoration of the Fremantle Town Hall –#02[/url] by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The early stages of the now completed and award-winning restoration of the Fremantle Town Hall involved its wrapping.

The restoration of the 130-year-old Town Hall, which was completed in May 2017, was the largest heritage conservation project ever undertaken by the City of Fremantle. I took this image in August 2016.

It reinstated the building’s traditional appearance by stripping the paint off the walls to reveal the original stucco exterior and included reconstructing the slate roofs and refurbishing the historic clock.
 

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