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    Here's more interior photo's of Speke Hall,it's a fantastic place and I think everyone grew up with the ghost stories of the spooks that are supposed to inhabit the place.

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    An old/ ancient door at Croxteth Hall: (1500 which makes it 500+ years old)



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    Bloody hell Kev I've never seen that before that's great,and thanks Lindy.

    Kev put that on SSC that's something else and while your at it add a selection of the ones in that link they're unbelievable.

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    I noticed the other day they are doing tours of Knowsley Hall and the pictures shown of the interior looked unbelievable,I think they start on May 8th and finish on 12th and cost about 8.

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    very nice Paul, cheers
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    It's one place I havn't seen. It never used to be open to the public.
    It looks lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou
    It's one place I havn't seen. It never used to be open to the public.
    It looks lovely.
    It's stunning isn't it,the hall used to regulary have royal visits,we're lucky to have so much on our doorstep,I think most of us take it for granted really.

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    Allerton Priory- This place is extremely well hidden. It has been a home for the elderly, nuns once ran it as a refuge for Irish girls. It was temporary certified 18th May 1916 for 15 girls, re-certified 1917 as a mixed school as Allerton Priory Special Industrial School for mentally defective girls under 15'. It ceased to be a Home Office school in 1933. Now, private apartments.





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    That's a beautiful building Kev I don't think people outside of the city would believe Liverpool has so many beautiful places.

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    It's beautiful, when u first see it after driving up the drive way, it quite some site.

    There are many other buildings similar in that area.
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    I'll defo have to have a mooch with my camera then.

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    Have a mooch around the back, its set in beautiful grounds with a few hidden charms within this hidden charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev
    Have a mooch around the back, its set in beautiful grounds with a few hidden charms within this hidden charm.
    Will do.

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