No doubts about the best building. The only thing I can say about everything else is " They're 'avin' a larf"
Hope reports of " no costs" to the community are true. Who is paying for it? Who is gaining from it?
Ta, again gregs dad,
your pics are bosso as always,
The Wind Cries Mersey
"Superb Pics"! Thanks Joe.
Great pics Joe..
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Correct John Doh - just as reported on Radio Merseyside this week. Another million+ spent into the local community tonight. Town is always chocker on a saturday night but I noticed it being extremely more busy tonight. No time for negativity and perceiving it's 'costing them' - did anyone notice their taxes going up a penny over the last week since these great showcase events and it's not over yet. It's not every day the largest National Museum built in more than a century or the Royal Liver Buildings is 100 years old.
By all accounts here are a few more local anniversaries.
Runcorn Bridge 50 years old.
Ron Yeats bought for Liverpool by Bill Shankly 50 years ago yesterday.
Knowsley Safari Park 40 years old.
St. Johns Tower 40 years old.
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