Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Vasko's Pizza Place

Vasko's Pizza Place

This old house just across the road from the railway station in Tungelsta, was moved to it's current position when the railway line Nynäsbanan was built back in 1901. It was then used as a grocery store, known as Svin-Kalles affär (that could be translated to something like Hog Kalles Grocery Store) for many years. Later it became a private resident. PRESS HERE for a bigger version. Today you can buy your pizza here. I do. When it was a private recidence it was painted yellow. The previous owner visited last week, took a few photos and then described the new (1986) green color as horrific in his blog. But I like this color better.

7 comments:

chris.h. said...

I would prefer the green aswell!
Loved your river photos from the other day. Yesterdays house looks like an old American barn.

Ggraph said...

Nice house. Glad they saved it. Over here today they would just raze it for a rail line. What kind of pizza do you like? You are doing a fine job telling us about Tungelsta. I've enjoyed your photos.
Regards,
Mark

luminlight said...

The light green house in the midst of a moist environment (assumption since the ground looks wet) gives a comforting feeling of spring...

Stefan Jansson said...

Tricky one, I like Calzone. But the best pizza I ever had was in Napoli at a small taverna along the bay. I had a Quattro Stagioni. We were stuck in traffic for a few hours and very hungry when we found the tavera down by the water with a view to match.

Kris said...

yeah, the green is much more unique and the perspective which you have taken suits well :)

Marieta said...

Doesnt look like a place that sells pizzas! I like the green too

Anonymous said...

Vasko says:
Det går bra!
(It goes well!)