Sometimes you discover the completely unexpected.
This week I was in Charleville, and went for a walk in the early evening. It was 35 degrees maximum, so the early evening was the best time for exercise.
I took a detour down a lane near the railway station and came across this building.
It's not a very good shot (the iPhone was all I had), but it's recognizable art deco and a bit of a gem, I reckon.
It's obviously some kind of gate house setup, and probably harks back to the days when it was a much busier place than it is now. It's on railway property and given the air conditioning, is obviously still in daily use.
The fence and signs don't help the appearance, but if you can imagine it without the add-ons, the integrity of the building is still there.
There must be a story behind the design. I'd love to know it.