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In need of restoration
29-SEP-2012

In need of restoration

The neighborhood that Keleti train station is located in is the poorest in Budapest. It has some lovely buildings, but unfortunately they haven't been restored for the most part.

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J S Quesada06-Oct-2012 18:54
Great details and light. It definitely could be a beautiful building if restored. I do remember this neighborhood very well ... it was my first sight of Budapest. V
ac06-Oct-2012 16:25
Looks beautiful however.
Graeme06-Oct-2012 13:32
Very much so, Helen. But still a beautiful building despite the damage!BV
burtmann06-Oct-2012 12:36
Even in a state of disrepair this is still a magnificent historical building, perfectly captured by you. V
Tom LeRoy06-Oct-2012 10:03
A lot of potential here, still can see the beautiful work even though it's in need of restoration. A fine shot, Helen. V
Stephanie06-Oct-2012 08:51
Imagine how gorgeous this will be once it's restored! :) V
Bill Miller06-Oct-2012 07:58
Hopefully they will be restored. In some senses, the eastern European countries retained more of the original architecture than the west. I think we were too quick in the 1970s to tear down old buildings and replace with souless concrete boxes.
John Reynolds06-Oct-2012 06:39
In some ways it is interesting to see the building unrestored. V.
joseantonio06-Oct-2012 04:06
It´s really beautiful. Must be a pleasure to see it restored...V.
janescottcumming06-Oct-2012 00:05
This is a great old building. It will be incredible when it finally does get restored. V
Jean Chiasson05-Oct-2012 23:45
Love This architecture and view Helen vote
woody3405-Oct-2012 22:52
Does seem a shame that the amazing architecture is left to decay...a great capture..V
John Hamers05-Oct-2012 22:34
Although it is in need of restauration the beauty of this building is evident. Captured beautifully !!V
Apostolos Tikopoulos05-Oct-2012 22:22
Wonderfully composed. v.
Gary A. Rich (GRainelev)05-Oct-2012 22:04
Helen, yes, they need restoring, but you present us with such an interesting capture showing how they have held up. Fantastic POV. Thank you showing us these buildings. You do have an "eye". Well seen. V.
Martin Lamoon05-Oct-2012 21:48
Great character in this old building. V
Walter O. Koenig05-Oct-2012 21:43
Though in need of restoration, I do like the image of the building in this state with these textures and colors. "V"
John More05-Oct-2012 21:35
Nicely framed with fine detail
Karen Stuebing05-Oct-2012 21:27
The architecture is beautiful. I can picture this gilded. Super capture of this old but lovely building. V.
Colin Storey05-Oct-2012 21:16
What a great building, hope it gets the attention it deserves, great image with these textures. v