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    Default St Luke's (Bombed Out) Church - The Website

    (Good to hear the site is back to its old self how it used to be!).

    I am very pleased to promote my new website - St Luke's Bombed Out Church Website.

    This website has been months in the making and contains the only complete set of original photographs from 1931 - held in a private collection until now. These are probably the only complete set of photographs of the interior before the church was bombed in the war.

    www.stlukeliverpool.co.uk

    Enjoy.

    Cad.


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    Lovely website Cadfael... Congrads to you..

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    Excellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadfael View Post
    (Good to hear the site is back to its old self how it used to be!).

    I am very pleased to promote my new website - St Luke's Bombed Out Church Website.

    This website has been months in the making and contains the only complete set of original photographs from 1931 - held in a private collection until now. These are probably the only complete set of photographs of the interior before the church was bombed in the war.

    www.stlukeliverpool.co.uk

    Enjoy.

    Cad.
    Very fine, Cadfael.

    One comment to a statement made on the website:

    "Both of these faces are on opposite sides of the side door seen in the pictures again. There is little wear on the face in the left of the picture but more wear in the face to the picture on the right despite them being only a few feet apart."
    Stated on The Exterior page.

    Could the damage to the one face and not the other be due to fire or heat damage to one and not the other? Just a thought.

    Chris
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    Just to let you all know you can have a laugh tonight as I'll be on BBC1 North West at 6:30pm as I've just been down with a film crew to St Luke's Church to take some footage and interviews.

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    Nice one Cadfael, I'll remember to look in on that
    Started the Old Swan Website:

    http://oldswan.piczo.com/?cr=5

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