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    Very fine photographs, Joe.
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    [/IMG] that Billy Fury statue i took a photo of my wife by it when we visited the Pool


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    Smurf i cant do it....can you HELP


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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
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    Towards the stern of the Kathleen May
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    From the bow
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    Below deck
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    Below deck,looks like a good computing chair
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    Brlow deck
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    From the deck

    This Sunday 11th July sees the start of the annual "Nobby"race in the Mersey
    The Billy Fury statue is on the second photo

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    yeah, between the 'albert dock' sign and the lamp post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossy View Post
    The Billy Fury statue is on the second photo

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    Sorry Chris i have not ....i had a job on how to put it on,we had a surprise when me and my wife came across it when we first visited the Great City have you ever been there Chris

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    Here`s an old post Mossy,Billy directing the police the wrong way to the arena
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    Thanks Gregs dad as that statue been moved i also remember another statue of a poor family close by or some where rond that area i will have to sought out them photos

    We also went on the bus tour and got off to take photos of us both with Elanor Rigby....great fab

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossy View Post
    Thanks Gregs dad as that statue been moved i also remember another statue of a poor family close by or some where rond that area i will have to sought out them photos

    We also went on the bus tour and got off to take photos of us both with Elanor Rigby....great fab

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    I'm sure the family statue is just a little to the left of GD's pic. I only saw it for the first time the other month

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    I have found that statue it is not of a poor family as i first said i tride to copy and paste the photo but it dont work can any one help


    The Emigrants (statue), Albert Dock, LiverpoolA bronze sculpture by Mark De Graffenried, 2001. This statue of a young family commemorates migration from Liverpool to the new world. It was given to the people of Liverpool by the Mormon Church as a tribute to the many families from all over Europe who embarked on a brave and pioneering voyage from Liverpool to start a new life in America. The child stepping forward at the front symbolises migration to the unknown world, whilst the child playing with a crab at the back SJ3389 : Rear of 'The Emigrants' statue, Albert Dock, Liverpool indicates a deep association with the sea.

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    Here you are mossy,you wish is our command
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    Thanks Gregs Dad i new i could rely on ya


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    Thanks Joe, I hadn't noticed the little boy playing with the crab before? It transported me right back to my own childhood...crabbin' on New Brighton rocks.
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    A walk around the Albert yesterday
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    Lovely photographs as ever, Joe! Fine work. Bravo.

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    I hadn't noticed the little boy playing with the crab before?
    Crabs are what go scurrying under rocks,that one in the pic is a King Crab...when I was fishing over the side of the Tynwald moored out in Fleetwood because of low tide and engine repairs, I heard this chinking sound,looked over the side and there was this huge red king crab climbing the anchor chain,tried to gaff it with a home made gaff but it was just too short soI went looking for a longer pole on the boat and by the time I'd got back to it the crab had vanished would have made a nice meal.

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    The old Liverpool life museum with the new one towering over it,and the carter`s memorial in the foreground


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