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    Default William Brown Street Area

    .......said to be the only street in the UK to consist of nothing other than Museums, Galleries and Libraries.

    St. George's Hall:



    World Museum:



    Walker Art Gallery:




    Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library:



    County Sessions House:



    Wellington:






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    Nice pics Kev i love it there.

    I have a few here http://s23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...-Georges-Hall/



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnomie View Post
    Nice pics Kev i love it there.

    I have a few here http://s23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...-Georges-Hall/


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    My Pictures here!
    Last edited by theninesisters; 03-23-2007 at 07:59 PM.

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    One of the best places to take pics from is near the Tunnel entrance (if you dare)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marky View Post
    One of the best places to take pics from is near the Tunnel entrance (if you dare)
    Cracking pics folks, thanks.
    Marky, I think you're safe enough taking pics from the Manchester Street car park mate. LOL!

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    Nice pics guys

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    As Tony knows, one of my all time favourite streets as it was my second playground after our tenement square. The number of games you could make up in this area, you wouldn't believe - and the kids these days with Xboxes, 100 + channels and top of the range sports centres say they're bored. The mind boggles.

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    A few of my William Brown Street..Hope yer like them.
    Ged,D'yer remember Little Wembley..the Little patch of grass outside to the Left of The Walker Art Gallery!!




















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    I love these pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    As Tony knows, one of my all time favourite streets as it was my second playground after our tenement square. The number of games you could make up in this area, you wouldn't believe - and the kids these days with Xboxes, 100 + channels and top of the range sports centres say they're bored. The mind boggles.
    Ged you will have to organise a forum games day there. show the kids how its done

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    Great pics Tony and Gerard. Yes, I remember little Wembley, decimated now since they made that disabled ramp . Also the giants grave up Mill lane, should be in the myths and legends thread.

    We'd also walk around the little ledge (outside the windows) from one side of the Walker to the other, if you fell off, you went out with Mary kill the cat. We'd also jump across that void, from the flat roof by the picton gasometer onto the grass verge facing it, the gap felt 20 feet wide when you were 12 but having looked at it again, it's about 4 foot .

    We'd also play footy on that sloping piece of grass in St John's Gardens where there were no flowers, the piece at the St. John's lane end at the top, I think there's a flower arrangement in the middle of it now. Lots more things too.

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    love those pics of st georges gardens

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    I like that one of the gardens too.

    All brill pics.

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    You mean St John's of course

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