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Barrio Ingles Rosario (Batten Cottage) Photo Walk Rosario 2012
Argentina
Enclavado en lo que ahora es un lugar estratégico de Rosario, donde nace la avenida Alberdi, el barrio Inglés mantiene su encanto como puede. En sólo dos manzanas irregulares alberga dos grupos de viviendas, el Batten Cottage y el Morrison Building, que muestran un estado de preservación más que heterogéneo. Pese a que sus callecitas con aires de suburbio inglés cautivan a turistas y fotógrafos, el abandono se enseñorea inocultable. El barrio Inglés ya ronda 120 años. Fue levantado para el personal del ferrocarril Central Argentino, por entonces británico, que más tarde, tras la nacionalización de los trenes decretada por Perón, se transformó en la línea Mitre. Incluye dos conjuntos habitacionales: uno es el Batten Cottage, destinado al personal administrativo jerárquico; el otro, el Morrinson Building, a obreros especializados.
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Uploaded: 15/10/2012
Updated: 06/11/2012
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Tags: ferrocarril; batten cottage; barrio ingles; rosario; ladrillos; photo walk; scalabrini ortiz; town; 2012; caminata; parque de los ferroviarios
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