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    Default SuperLambBanana



    SuperLambBanana has to be one of the most talked about pieces of art in the city in recent years. At its introduction back in 1998, the statue was a major cause of controversy, but through time it seems that people have developed affection for the Lambo.

    Of course, the statue was outside Lamb's Chandlers at Wapping for a while - until the building was demolished.

    I absolutely love the statue and recently purchased a replica from the '08 Place'.




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    The SuperLambBanana has now moved to Tithebarn Street.


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    Sefton Park



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    Oh my! I was in Sefton Park this morning - we might have passed like two ships in the dark, Kev.



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    I visited much later on . I do keep my eye out though.
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    Cracking pics folks. Thanks

    A few pics of Tom Murphy's lad Ben restoring the Sefton Park monuments






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    ^^Brilliant^^
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    A BID to have Britainís first public drinking fountains protected as national monuments has been rejected. more
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    A BID to have Britainís first public drinking fountains protected as national monuments has been rejected. more

    culture,heritage .. huh!! .. shame on 'em

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    A BID to have Britainís first public drinking fountains protected as national monuments has been rejected. more
    AGREED, FKoE, FOR SHAME!!!!!
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    The Wellington Memorial:





    Inside St. George's Hall:



    Concert Room, St. George's Hall:


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    Nice pictures lads..



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    Quote Originally Posted by FKoE View Post
    culture,heritage .. huh!! .. shame on 'em
    you're right..
    absolutely terrible. Historic things like these wonderful fountains are being neglected whilst that Paradise Street thing gobbles up our city some more...
    Sorry but it annoys me !!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    A BID to have Britainís first public drinking fountains protected as national monuments has been rejected. more
    Beginning of Great Howard St opposite the Costco..




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    Default The Moores Brothers.

    Outside the former Littlewoods Building in Old Hall Street.


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    Default Outside the Cunard Building.



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    Great pics, all!!!

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    Excellent pictures Philip.

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    Tom Murphy statue in the grounds of St Nicholas Church.












    WTF is this loada crap..(Bottom of Riversdale Rd on the Prom)




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    Thanks for those pics, Gerard. The Tom Murphy statue to the victims of the Blitz in St. Nicholas's churchyard is a beauty. I had not seen it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Thanks for those pics, Gerard. The Tom Murphy statue to the victims of the Blitz in St. Nicholas's churchyard is a beauty. I had not seen it before.

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    Thank's Chris..your welcome mate.

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    I agree, that statue by Tom Murphy is great, I will make a point of visiting it next year when I am over there.
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    Can anyone tell me please the name of the Tom Murphy statue at St Nicholas Church.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    A BID to have Britainís first public drinking fountains protected as national monuments has been rejected. more
    Is the drinking fountain on new chester rd by cammel lairds part of the same lot ?

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    Hiya Gerard, love those close ups. It's called the Liverpool Blitz Memorial. If you pay a visit into the church there's one of Arthur Dooley's works called the Madonna on display. And just across the road in the foyer of the Thistle Hotel, they have one of Sean Rice's.

    Cracking stuff Gerard mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    Hiya Gerard, love those close ups. It's called the Liverpool Blitz Memorial. If you pay a visit into the church there's one of Arthur Dooley's works called the Madonna on display. And just across the road in the foyer of the Thistle Hotel, they have one of Sean Rice's.

    Cracking stuff Gerard mate

    Thanks Dave,I did go in St Nic's and take a few Photies..ang on Lad !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerard View Post
    Thanks Dave,I did go in St Nic's and take a few Photies..ang on Lad !!
    LOL! Gerard, you must be bombing around Liverpool like a friggin' Roadrunner. Beep! Beep! - Click! Click!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    LOL! Gerard, you must be bombing around Liverpool like a friggin' Roadrunner. Beep! Beep! - Click! Click!

    Ha Haa..Dont think I got the Madonna statue Dave..Good excuse to get back down there...Ere we go !!...(Hope I'm not putting these in the wrong place..just move them Kev if I have)


























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    Wellington getting his hair brushed during a clean up in 1971. You can see one of the blocks that comprised Gerard Crescent in the background, Cartwright House as well as Fontenoy Gardens across Byrom Street.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerard View Post
    Did that used to be in the Festival Gardens?

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