The Kerosene Store, built 1884 of stone rubble on reclaimed land at a safe  enough distance from other buildings and yet close enough to the wharf for delivery of kerosene.  Kerosene was a major lighting fuel in the 19th century until it was replaced by gas and then electricity.    Later used as a storage facility and an artist's studio until restoration.
Restored in the 1980s, now houses artists and exhibitions.

It's a fabulous heritage building and I'm pleased it's been restored for all.
I must return to view the latest exhibition.
A beautiful day with some warmth coming through the next couple of days.  Yay!  

Thanks StevenG for hosting Wide Wednesday - Geometric/Architectural challenge.

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