Northern and eastern facades of Woolloongabba Post Office, Woolloongabba

De Gruchy, Graham Francis. Northern and eastern facades of Woolloongabba Post Office, Woolloongabba.

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Collections: UQ Library - Digitised Materials - open access
Brisbane City
 
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Title Northern and eastern facades of Woolloongabba Post Office, Woolloongabba
Alternative Title Former Wooloongabba Post and Telegraph Office, Woolloongabba
Abstract/Summary Image taken from Stanley Street with Hubert Street to left.
Date of construction 1905
Date photo taken 1988
Date scanned 2012-11-26
Architect Thomas Pye
Photographer De Gruchy, Graham Francis
Location Woolloongabba
Brisbane
Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Category Government buildings
Subcategory Post offices
Period Federation (1890-1915)
Style Free style
Condition Renovated
Structural Systems & Elements Masonry construction
Barrel vaults
Building Materials Stone
Brick
Render
Corrugated iron
Timber
Architectural Features Chimneys
Two-storey
Hipped gabled roofs
Loggias
Towers
Timber rafters
Plinths
Dentils
Cartouches
Pilasters
Mouldings
Columns
Capitals
Spandrels
Verandah
Interior Features Stairs
Vaulted ceilings
Surrounding Features Roads & streets
Rights Research and private study only. Not to be reproduced without prior written permission. Rights holder: Graham Francis De Gruchy.
References Queensland Government. "Woolloongaba Post Office (former)." Queensland Heritage Register. Last updated 22 October 2012.https://www.derm.qld.gov.au/chimsi/placeDetail. html?siteId=15132.
Additional Notes The building was constructed as a post and telegraph office on the ground floor and a residence for the post master on level 1. Brisbane G2013
 
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