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    Default After the Seaforth fire

    a row of shops in Seaforth village looks set to come down after a devastating fire. I went by today to get a photo before it all fell down. amazingly no-one was hurt.
    the block is mostly empty so there's a fair chance they'll take most of it down in the long run.


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    Pulling the whole row down is criminal. All they have to do is build back up the collapsed shop.
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    Default 13 March 2008.

    Before the fire.

    It's all worth saving.
    That's why I took this photo.

    But one shop was already in a very poor condition.
    The second one here.

    Last edited by PhilipG; 04-30-2008 at 11:02 AM.

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    When I worked for Clarksons on Scotty in the 50's the store on the left was one of their branch shops. The store on the right was Harry Ormeshers photography shop.
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    maybe its going to be a new Burny Inn

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    Was that the Clarksons under Fontenoy Gardens Shytalk?
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