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Real photo postcard. Postally used. Stamp intact. Cancellation date of 4pm, 3 September 1928.  Publisher unknown.  Bought from an eBay seller in Budapest, Hungary.

Real photo postcard. Postally used. Stamp intact. Cancellation date of 4pm, 3 September 1928. Publisher unknown. Bought from an eBay seller in Budapest, Hungary.

Lord Street Arcade, Liverpool.

Lord Street Arcade, Liverpool.

The Paddock Arcade is a 19th century shopping mall located in Watertown, New York. Built in 1850, it is the second oldest covered shopping mall in the United States. opened in 1850, it carries the distinction of being the country's oldest, continuously operating covered shopping mall. The Paddock Arcade was listed on theNational Register of Historic Places in 1976. Built: 1850 Architect: Otis Wheelock Architectural style:Gothic Revival NRHP Reference#: 76001224

The Paddock Arcade is a 19th century shopping mall located in Watertown, New York. Built in 1850, it is the second oldest covered shopping mall in the United States. opened in 1850, it carries the distinction of being the country's oldest, continuously operating covered shopping mall. The Paddock Arcade was listed on theNational Register of Historic Places in 1976. Built: 1850 Architect: Otis Wheelock Architectural style:Gothic Revival NRHP Reference#: 76001224

The Royal Arcade, Sydney, ran from George Street near the markets, through to Pitt Street, near the School of Arts. Over 90 metres long, it was well lit, with a lofty celestory and gas lamps. There were 31 shops on the ground floor, 36 offices on the first floor and a photographic studio above them at the George Street end. Of Sydney’s five Victorian arcades, only the Strand survived twentieth century development. Photo: 1892.

The Royal Arcade, Sydney, ran from George Street near the markets, through to Pitt Street, near the School of Arts. Over 90 metres long, it was well lit, with a lofty celestory and gas lamps. There were 31 shops on the ground floor, 36 offices on the first floor and a photographic studio above them at the George Street end. Of Sydney’s five Victorian arcades, only the Strand survived twentieth century development. Photo: 1892.

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