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St Laurence's


Down in the centre of town is a more traditional church. Unlike nearby Rylstone, stone buildings are rare here.  In fact the shops and houses in Kandos are an assortment of cement, ash brick, cement render, fibro, hardiplank, timber, brick and very occasionally stone which gives the town a mish-mash charm not found the in the endless brick suburbs of the city.

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  1. "mish mash charm' - I like that. The suburbs are boring I will agree. Except for my suburb.

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  2. All those names for building materials, I'm sure there's an American counterpart for each one but yours sounds so much more interesting.

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  3. It is a cute little church, just like you draw.

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