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    Bankhall bridge warehouse,built in 1874, with it`s bricked up entrance where the barges used to enter to unload out of the weather.

    The old wooden covered loading bay part of the Bankhall warehouse on the canal

    Bankhall Bridge with it`s spiral staircase

    Another old warehouse in the bankhall area of the canal

    Approaching the Bankhall Bridge. The visitors to Liverpool`s canal link have all this beatiful scenery to see


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    where is the bankhall bridge area joe? nice pics.
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    Another nice sequence, Joe - I've been over that bridge a few times. And

    you're still getting the sun to shine! Thanks again for putting all these

    pleasant little interludes on the record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    where is the bankhall bridge area joe? nice pics.
    Just down Bankhall Lane from Bankhall station,I normally get off the train at Sandhills station on my meanderings and walk up to the canal steps on Sandhills Lane turning left for the Bankhall area. If I`m going to the city centre I walk right and proceed to the Stanley Locks,walk down them then on to the docks area,a cup of tea and a mars bar from the mobile outside the Heritage market,then on to the city centre,looking for pictures all the time. Then I finish with a pint in the Midland pub before getting a train home for my tea. It`s hard work being a pensioner.
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    Thats fab Joe, cheers mate.
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    Fabulous photographs, Joe. Thanks so much.

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