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    What about bins for a thread? Found a nice example in Croxteth Park.

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    good idea...strange, but good!

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    Are there still any of the old circular stone type around? Those are like Gold Dust now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jona76 View Post
    Are there still any of the old circular stone type around? Those are like Gold Dust now!!
    , I remember them well
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    I peed in one in Sefton Park once, because someone from school told me their mate went on a car at lunch time and It was funny, so I did it on a bin in Sefton Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jona76 View Post
    Are there still any of the old circular stone type around? Those are like Gold Dust now!!
    This is one of the first things I noticed when I went back to Liverpool a few years ago, that the old concrete bins had been replaced with something a little more functional. They always seemed to be overflowing, and the wind would come along and blow those fish and chip wrappers and the styrofoam trays all over the place (one of my fondest memories of Liverpool). Unfortunately, I don't have any close-up photos of the bins but they do figure in some of my photographs as background subjects. Looking at them now, they seemed a bit on the small side.


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    The reason for getting rid of the concrete bins was because of terrorism, they made a lot of shrapnel when blown up with semtex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shytalk View Post
    The reason for getting rid of the concrete bins was because of terrorism, they made a lot of shrapnel when blown up with semtex.
    That's also the reason they don't have bins at all in high-risk places like stations nowadays.

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    Default Bin and snow at Pier Head.

    December 1981.

    Dig that crazy 60s lamp post!
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    thats a great pic!
    made me feel all christmassy!!

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    where's you wheely bin!
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    2 Wellington Road.

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    Recycle bins, Greenbank Lane...even for shoes?
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