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  1. Haven't seen the new phase yet, but will be...

    Haven't seen the new phase yet, but will be visiting again in a few weeks so will have a good look then. I love the first phase, and don't quite understand why some people are not happy with it. The...
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    Yep! Put me at the top of the list for your book,...

    Yep! Put me at the top of the list for your book, Quincy :handclap: There's real love goes into those photos and the typical scouse humour just adds to our pleasure :) Think seriously about a book,...
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    I wondered what this was going to be...caught a...

    I wondered what this was going to be...caught a glimpse when I visited Liverpool a couple of months ago. We'd had a great day spending time shopping in Liverpool One - well with four women what did...
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    Apparently Phil Redmond paid ?25,000 for one of...

    Apparently Phil Redmond paid ?25,000 for one of the lambs :shock: Still it is all for charity so someone will benefit from all the money raised. That can only be a good thing surely?
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    They're very hypnotic aren't they :)

    They're very hypnotic aren't they :)
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    Some really great pictures there everyone...

    Some really great pictures there everyone :handclap: Love the night shots kebabman :handclap:
    Thanks to everyone for posting the superlambs...those of us who don't live in Liverpool and therefore...
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    Thanks Howie. Sorry to be so long replying to...

    Thanks Howie. Sorry to be so long replying to your message, missed it somehow :rolleyes: I'll ad the Walker to my list of places to go next time I visit, which I hope won't be long now :)
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    Ahh but you see Cadfael, today's buildings are...

    Ahh but you see Cadfael, today's buildings are not made to last like the grand old buildings such as the 3 graces. We live in a throwaway society and that seems to apply to architecture as much as...
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    Sticky: Great photos folks, thanks for sharing them with...

    Great photos folks, thanks for sharing them with us :handclap:
    I was taken right back to my childhood when I saw the Irwins Grocers sign. My mum did all her shopping there when food was rationed. It...
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    OOPS! Forgot to add, your photo looks like a...

    OOPS! Forgot to add, your photo looks like a watercolour painting Max, did you enhance it or is that how it came out? It's lovely and restful. Do you sell your photos? I'd love a copy of this one if...
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    Great photo Max. You are clearly good with a...

    Great photo Max. You are clearly good with a camera, so have you thought of doing a photography course at college? I know you are thinking of going back to studying and though this might be an...
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    My grand-daughter and I stayed at the Adelphi for...

    My grand-daughter and I stayed at the Adelphi for one night in May and it was about ?100 for the two of us, but no meals included. Mind you, we did find a hard boiled egg in the kettle :eek::) We...
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    Super reflections, Well Done :handclap::handclap:...

    Super reflections, Well Done :handclap::handclap:
    Thanks for sharing :)
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    Great photos fellas :handclap::handclap: I...

    Great photos fellas :handclap::handclap:
    I remember when I was a child in Liverpool, all the streets had those 'setts, and they were murder to walk on. My mum had Infantile paralysis as a child (Now...
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    Superb photo Phil :handclap: There are some...

    Superb photo Phil :handclap: There are some really good photographers on this forum, and I for one appreciate the pics you all post. I can take photos, (who can't with a digital camera!) but nothing...
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    GED, your pics are amazing, thanks for sharing....

    GED, your pics are amazing, thanks for sharing. :handclap: I was taken right back into nostalgia-land with them, and was suddenly surprised to see one of Towson Street.......I was born there in 1939...
  17. Shame on you Cadfael :disgust: I live on the...

    Shame on you Cadfael :disgust: I live on the Fylde coast and don't drive, but I've been twice and will be visiting again in a couple of weeks. It's a great place and something to proud...
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    Love the cityscape picture posted by PaulD. Is it...

    Love the cityscape picture posted by PaulD. Is it available to buy anywhere? Maybe a postcard or a small poster?
    I'm not sure how these buildings will affect the familiar skyline, we'll have to...
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    I never worked at Ogdens - too young - but I...

    I never worked at Ogdens - too young - but I lived nearby in Dawber Street. Our neighbours were the Taylor family and the Ackers family and both had at least one family member working at Ogdens in...
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    Great photos everyone :) I was lucky enough to...

    Great photos everyone :)
    I was lucky enough to see the Grand princess in Southampton and have to say she's huge I was very sceptical about it actually being able to dock there, but those tugmen are...
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    What a shame they're going. I also thought they...

    What a shame they're going. I also thought they would be in Liverpool until at least the end of the year. Perhaps a word to the city fathers might make them have a re-think. If enough people write...
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    How very sad:tear: I remember Lita very well...

    How very sad:tear:

    I remember Lita very well and especially her No. 1 Hit.....who doesn't remember that catchy little song? Even now people still sing it. I visited the Liverpool World Museum on...
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    I started this very addictive hobby about 3 years...

    I started this very addictive hobby about 3 years ago and can't stop now :)

    It's difficult sometimes, but when you get a breakthrough it makes up for all the frustrations :)

    My gt.grand-dad was...
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    Thanks robbo, that's really kind of you. I can...

    Thanks robbo, that's really kind of you. I can see this is a very old picture, but it is still how I remember that lovely old church.
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    When I was a youngster - many moons ago :) - I...

    When I was a youngster - many moons ago :) - I went to St. Chrysostom's church...morning service, Sunday school and evening service every week. There always semed to be plenty to do there and lots of...
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