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    Default Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and Views

    Get a good view from the top of it. Man, those lifts are small though when you go up them.

    Gididi Gididi Goo.

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    Nice one Dave!

    http://www.liverpoolviews.co.uk/hope/tower/tower.html

    Went up there in 2004 and think you can see blackpool from up there. Can see most of Liverpool from up there anyway.
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    't was a little hazy when I went up t'other week, Max. It would be best on a cold, crisp and sunny autumn day I believe.

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    Not too cold though. Although alot higher going up the Eifel on a cool day is even cooler when your higher up.

    You still got some clear pics there though.
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    It wasn't fun when they were building the new lifts over a few months and us crazy bell ringers

    had to WALK up to the tower. The only fun part about that was coming down, you'd race down the stairs and hope you could stop before you got to the bottom.

    Who needs a gym!

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    Since losing a bit of weight, I can bomb up those steps after exiting the second

    lift

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    I'm going to have to go up there myself soon - is it still open on Sundays?

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    I think the tower's only open for a

    few hours on Sunday. Best give them a ring.
    BTW, I took this pic from the tower quite a few years ago. Notice any changes?



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    LOL!
    Can't believe nobody noticed that the park is now part of the Paradise

    Street Development. LOL!

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    Check out the video section on my:

    http://www.liverpoolbells.moonfruit.com/downloads

    Shows the bells in action at

    Liverpool Cathedral (and a panoramic view...beat that one on a sunny day)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jona76 View Post
    Check out the video section on my:

    http://www.liverpoolbells.moonfruit.com/downloads

    Shows

    the bells in action at Liverpool Cathedral (and a panoramic view...beat that one on a sunny day)
    An absolute audio visual delight!

    Turn your speakers up folks! I love it! Many thanks Jon

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    BTW Jon,
    what a fantastic website. Cheers


    http://www.liverpoolbells.moonfruit.com/

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    I hope

    the guys in the clip had earplugs in, that would damage the hearing big time.
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    4th November 2006

    Had a trip at 11am this morning, spent an hour wandering around taking snaps, then off to the

    tower with a couple of Germans crammed inside the tiny lift. The top was amazing although tricky to take pics as the slats are not that wide to allow clear

    views. So the camera was slowly sqeezed past them and my hands placed around the slats, being very careful not to drop it!!!!!

    The full set is

    here.





































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    Splendid, Kev, just

    splendid!


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