Across our land, in our cities, towns, and even villages are monuments to a forgotten age. Temples to commerce, business, banking and insurance, built by our Victorian and Edwardian forefathers.
These monolith giants gaze down on us as we rush around below, visiting the bistros, coffee houses, and boutiques.
They stand testament to a lost world, where they are long forgotten. However, look skywards and see their names forever etched, carved or painted on stone and brick.
|During the Victorian/Edwardian eras and even up until fairly recently the Post Office was a central building in every town and city.|