library preservation

By: Lesley

Aug 27 2011

Category: Brantford

8 Comments

Aperture:f/4.5
Focal Length:11mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The Carnegie Building opened in 1904 as the Brantford Public Library. In the early 1990s, the library moved its collection to a newer facility. In 1998, Wilfrid Laurier University purchased the vacant building to be used as a new liberal arts college in Brantford.  The building was renovated extensively to create classrooms and office space while preserving the historic character of the building. A closer view of the windows can be seen here

Participating in Scenic Sunday

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8 comments on “library preservation”

  1. I like your composition in this image, and the details you have chosen to highlight in this beautiful building.

  2. It looks like a beautiful old building. I also love the details here.

  3. wow, big library, it looks old but still precious

  4. This is a huge building and is still useful.

  5. Nice shot Lesley!

  6. Good composition highlighting interesting details. Very well done!

  7. Looks like a beautiful building.

  8. my old church is the same architecture.


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