May 21, 2010

Böblinger Straße, Part Five

Dieses Gebäude ist auch eines der älteren, mit vielen kleinen Details (außer der schon erwähnten Schmiererei). Eines der Details, ein Schwan (?), kann auf dem zweiten Foto betrachtet werden.
This is also one of the older buildings in Heslach, with many small details with the exception of the mentioned scribblings. One of the details, a swan (?), can be seen on the second photo below.

8 comments:

Bruce Caspersonn said...

I think that black car is illegally parked, is it yours Steffen?

lewi14 said...

Hello Bruce. No, it's not my car; I prefer French cars (I own a Renault). Illegal or false parking is a worldwide problem, isn't it?

Bruce Caspersonn said...

I too almost own a Renault. It's a Nissan which has a lot of Renault bits, apparently. I think Renault owns some or all of Nissan. I love it.

Halcyon said...

I used to drive a Peugeot, but now I have a nice German car! ;)

I like the swan details. I wonder what that signified back in the day.

Chuck Pefley said...

Sorry to see the graffito on that door. What a waste of energy!

Thanks for your faithful comments and visits to my blog -:)

anjoe playhouse said...

Dear blogfriend. If you give me your car, then I'll tell you, that the bird can't be a swan... must be a kind of a bird of prey :D
The hole buildings are just great, and so your photos, sure!

Jacob said...

I love these "corner" buildings. This looks like it's been well-cared for, too. The swan is a nice detail. The scribbling not so nice!

Thanks very much for your link to Dormunder Hansa...I thoroughly enjoyed that! I'm going to see if it's sold anywhere in the U.S. Of course, the experience I told you about was 50 years ago, so I may not like it even if I find it! :-)

Angela said...

Very sturdy looking building. Practical, really. And what a good location on the tram line! Too bad about the graffiti. :(