We saw this building, not too sure of what it was but it had this statue I had to take a pix of
Lynn is on the left
We then headed to Broad Street to
St. Patricks Church , built in 1850's by Irish Immigrants to Richmond Va.
Sorry, the last bit got cut off
an idea of how large this tree is
the limbs spread over much of the park
sign on broad street across from St. Johns Church
My grandmother used to live here
built in 1900
Old iron fence in front.
I remember the inside of this home very well, the stairs seemed so long and narrow, there was a skylight in the hallway
Grandma and I, along with her friend - Nanny, would sit in the yard eating lime sherbet.
I have always had fond memories of this place
She let me go across the street to St. Johns Church and sit in the yard
Across the street, advertisement still visible
Grandma used to work here - and would bring me paper that was used for covering gift boxes to draw on
It has been turned into apts.
Looking up the hill from Pohlig brothers-if you click on pix , you can see the larger picture
Pretty home downtown, lots of these fine old places have these very nice wrought iron railings
Very old home here
across the street from Pohligs is this Gallery called - Windy Hill Gallery
I hope to visit there next week as it was closed
Now to show you my table I got from my friend
I love it, sits on my porch
I purchased this mirror for three bucks at an estate sale