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    Thursday 19th May..




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    I told you that I know you loved me..!



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    Very fine, Gerard. I like that shot, mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Very fine, Gerard. I like that shot, mate.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Chris mate..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oudeis View Post
    But, but, but! What is the whole sign?
    ‘ I felt you. I know you loved me’

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    what ar you waiting for..nobody post any pic. Judgment Day?

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    Very nice pic Lenka

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    "Nice"! Looks like you made the best of the day Lenka, I can understand the wine, and the chocolates,! but what was the 'spoon' for??

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    Good pic that Lenka...


    Thanks for correcting my mistake on the neon cathedral sign wording..
    looks like a visit to specsavers is in order eh ??..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm NZ View Post
    "Nice"! Looks like you made the best of the day Lenka, I can understand the wine, and the chocolates,! but what was the 'spoon' for??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerard Fleming View Post
    Good pic that Lenka...


    Thanks for correcting my mistake on the neon cathedral sign wording..
    looks like a visit to specsavers is in order eh ??..
    i love it! cathedral i mean. study history of it.

    ‘Creating a Cathedral’ Events
    This exhibition and its associated events are features of the Look 2011 International Photography Festival: www.look2011.co.uk. All events are advertised on the website of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral: http://www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk...y_Stewart_Bale
    ‘Creating a Cathedral’: An Evening of Conversations’

    Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Lady Chapel, Monday 23rd May, 7.00 p.m. for 7.30
    Come and listen for FREE to a panel of international Architecture experts discuss the wonders and merits of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. Experts invited to this panel include: Emeritus Professor John Tarn OBE, DL (Former Roscoe Professor of Architecture at University of Liverpool); Dr. Rob MacDonald (Reader in Architecture at Liverpool John Moores University and Chairman of Liverpool Architectural Society); Gladys Masey-Martinez (Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Liverpool John Moores University); Dr. Emma Roberts (Course Leader of History of Art, Liverpool John Moores University); Dr. Emlyn Williams (Chairman of the Rodney Street Association); Joseph Sharples (Author of ‘Liverpool: Pevsner Architectural Guide’ 2004) as well as others. This will be a recorded conversation to uncover the triumphs of the architecture of the cathedral, and is free and open to the public.




    welcome to come!

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    Everton park, St George's church peeking over the hill.
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    Very fine, Lenka and Lindy!

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    may 24th

    snowdrop on the manchester ship canal


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    Do they do tours from mancland to the mersey too ?

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    Or perhaps a much nicer way to travel to Manchester!, better than along the East Lancs Road!!!! (am I in the past again?)

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    Smurfy. The outward tour from Liverpool buses you back then the ferry comes back with Mancs on it who are bused back from this end or at least that was what happened a few years ago.
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    I've never been to Manchester. It's so near too - but never been in my life!

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    I've been a few times to the M.E.N. and with the girls shopping. It's a great city centre with their cathedral in it. Lots of historical and fine architectural buildings. Been on their big wheel too - well worth a visit. That little olde worlde pub in the centre is cracker too.
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    The nearest I've been to Manchester is the curry mile - but I think that is Moss Side ??
    Went there once or twice a long time ago, but haven't seen any of Manchester or the town centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Smurfy. The outward tour from Liverpool buses you back then the ferry comes back with Mancs on it who are bused back from this end or at least that was what happened a few years ago.
    Thought that would be the case. Except for all the mancs, I'd much rather do that route than having to arrive in Mancland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    I've never been to Manchester. It's so near too - but never been in my life!
    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    I've been a few times to the M.E.N. and with the girls shopping. It's a great city centre with their cathedral in it. Lots of historical and fine architectural buildings. Been on their big wheel too - well worth a visit. That little olde worlde pub in the centre is cracker too.
    I understand the football teams aren't half bad either.
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    Well I've been wee'd on at Old Trafford from the bar stewards above, not so bad at Maine Road (haven't been the new city of Manchester stadium)
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    Come from Bolton and used to go to the city centre in the 80s regularly, Some cracking record shops, in the Underground Market and Robinsons (before the IRA redecorated - we heard that go off and we lived 8 miles away)... Then drinking and gigs at the International 1 and 2. Different place nowadays, very Shopping orientated, though not much for the casual visitor as far as musums etc are concerned to be honest.

    BTW Lindy the (infamous) Curry Mile is Rusholme

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    Good photograph, Joe... though a bit depressing!
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    Plenty to look at in that photo - the shape of the building, the attic windows, the painted flowers on the shutters, the 'wall garden'

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    The shop on the corner was a greengrocers in the 60/70`s I`ve been informed
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Plenty to look at in that photo - the shape of the building, the attic windows, the painted flowers on the shutters, the 'wall garden'
    and the 'copper' having a kip in the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNASHER View Post
    and the 'copper' having a kip in the road.

    I had to think about that ! - - I'm staring at the picture for ages wondering what you meant ! ( I am slow! )

    -- you mean the sleeping policeman ?

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