This is a companion shot to that of yesterday and both were taken early morning as the place was being cleaned and prepared for the day.
Interestingly, this bar is within what was the old fire station of 1891 and much of the structure – including windows formed in large, arched openings thru which the old fire appliances would trundle - is as it would have been back then. Somewhere I have a copy of a photograph of the Volunteer Fire Brigade posed outside this very building in 1896 and “Chiswick Fire Station” is still carved in the stonework over the entrance today.
Camera: FinePix S9500
Focal Length: 6.2 mm
Exposure Time: 1/7 sec
Aperture: f 2.8
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