IGLOO IN WARRY ST,
FORTITUDE VALLEY,
BRISBANE, QLD
USED DURING WW2

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Photo:- Peter Dunn December 2005

Igloo in Warry Street, Fortitude Valley.

 


Photo:- Peter Dunn January 2006

Igloo in Warry Street, Fortitude Valley.

The above Igloo in Warry Street Fortitude Valley appears to be a WW2 building. I initially thought that it may have been the 10 Australian F.D. Bakery which is mentioned in the National Archives database as being located in Warry Street, Valley. However the owner advised that the Igloo was erected after the war in 1950. Can anyone please confirm where the 10 Australian F.D. Bakery was in Warry Street?

The igloo has had a facade added to it over the years and is now being renovated as an Architects Office. It had previously been used a a garage.

 

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