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    Default New Merseyside buildings


    The new Hilton Hotel with photographers taking pics of the big wheel

    The health and community centre in Tower Hill,Kirkby

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    Great pictures Joe.

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    Nice pics Joe. I like the hotel, not so much the community centre though.
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    The Aldham Roberts learning resource centre in the old Rodney Park

    Mackenzies tomb with the Aldham Roberts centre behind it
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    Fine photographs once again, Joe.

    Many thanks for sharing them with us!

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    Great thread Joe, many thanks. Hopefully we can build this up with loads of new builds!

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    Not strictly a new building, but a refurbished one.
    I like the Beetham Plaza. It was a 1960's office block now converted into bigger and better offices, also luxury apartments and restaurant.
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    Joe, that last one holds the winning hand for me.
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    Great thread, great pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Not strictly a new building, but a refurbished one.
    I like the Beetham Plaza. It was a 1960's office block now converted into bigger and better offices, also luxury apartments and restaurant.
    That's the way to do it. All we need is the Sandcastle made over.
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    Legoland is alive and kicking in the Nova Star building in Bootle
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    Nameplate over the entrance to the new museum , sorry about the quality of the pic it`s just a tiny part of the whole pic
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    Well newish compared to some.

    This was the scene a few weeks ago. Location, the mirrored building on the corner of Leeds Street and Old Hall street taken just in case anyone tries to tell you there's a bank of computer operators sitting behind this glass looking out at you but you can't see them




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    Good one Ged! reminds me of a lot of goods we buy thesedays, 'Fancy Packaging' but rubbish on the inside!

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    Those windows seem to go pretty regularly!

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