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May 03, 2012
A former British colonial administration building with a covered stairway looks out over the bay from...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Former British colonial administration building with covered stairway looks out over bay from Hill Station...
A former British colonial administration building with a covered stairway looks out over the bay from the Hill Station neighbourhood of Sierra Leone's capital Freetown April 25, 2012. It is often said in Freetown that these houses, which were built for British colonial administrators, came to West Africa flat-packed from the London department store Harrods. The current inhabitants of Hill Station, Sierra Leonean civil servants and their families, say they do sometimes still get electricity. Pipe-borne water is now non-existent though. Picture taken April 25, 2012. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 29 OF 29 OF PACKAGE 'FREETOWN - FADING ARCHITECTURE'
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