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    Flats built on the Wapping Basin,now private property, someone left the gate open.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    Flats built on the Wapping Basin,now private property, someone left the gate open.
    Thanks, Joe. If this is where I think it is, it's where I used to work, for a summer job, as a clerk for the Dock Board in one of the Wapping warehouses. Vide my poem "Dock Boy."

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    Trees being felled at the private entrance to Wapping Basin flats

    Wapping Quay,all private land now

    the view from Dukes dock bridge with Liverpool cathedral slowly disappearing
    behind more legoland buildings
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    the view from Dukes dock bridge with Liverpool cathedral slowly disappearing
    behind more legoland buildings

    Thanks for these further docklands views, Joe. I especially appreciate the one of the Wapping warehouses where I worked. I must have my slides from 1966 scanned!

    Here's a similar view to the one above, taken by my old school pal Geoff Andrews in May 2000. It's interesting to see how the city is being transformed, for better or worse.

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    Those are the trees they are cutting down Chris, on you friends pic. I presume the roots are lifting the small blocks they have laid over them
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    Re Chris's quote'
    ("It's interesting to see how the city is being transformed, for better or worse.")
    Thanks to Joe's great pictures, I think it's looking so much better!!

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