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Wood St.

Wood St., 2011
These Wood Street houses are good examples of the varieties of Southcott-inspired design that exist in St. John's. The three attached houses in the centre of the photograph are simple, flat-roofed houses with some eave bracketing and slight window and door decorations. The larger house on the left is more ornate, with large bay windows and elegant roof brackets, although it still has a flat roof.

Photo by Keith Collier. ©2011, Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web Site.
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