IGLOO BUILDINGS
FORTITUDE VALLEY, BRISBANE
DURING WW2

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46 Dogget Street Fortitude Valley, on the corner of Proe Street

 


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Igloo at 5 Stratton Street, Fortitude Valley,
office of Gas Elec, Catering Equipment Services

 


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Tepee Manufacturing Co. Pty. Ltd, Sheet Metal Workers, 7 Stratton St, Fortitude Valley

 


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Igloo building in Stratton Street, Fortitude Valley

 


Photo:- Peter Dunn 5 April 2008

Three Quonset (Igloo) type huts are located behind the building facade of 164 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley. It is
believed these Quonsets were erected here after WW2, probably purchased as cheap WW2 surplus buildings.
Fashion design shop "The Tribune" occupies the middle Quonset building at 164 B Arthur Street.

 


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Side view of 164 C Arthur Street.

 


Photo:- Peter Dunn 5 April 2008

View from the rear of 164 C Arthur Street. The Quonset huts have been raised and placed on a brick wall base.

 


Photo:- Peter Dunn 5 April 2008

Rear view of 164 Arthur Street

 


Photo:- Peter Dunn 5 April 2008

Inside 164 A Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley. This building is occupied by Paul Hunt Bridal & Evening Gowns.

 

Igloo in Warry Street, Fortitude Valley

 

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