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    Default Stained Glass Windows

    There's so much stained glass around.
    Churches, pubs, shops, houses etc.
    And it's so easy to photograph.
    Just put the camera on Auto and make sure the flash is off.

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    Default St Nicholas Church, Pier Head.

    All the original windows - as well as the body of the church itself - were destroyed in the war.
    So this window is post-war.



    Some close-ups.






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    I am moved to say those pictures are quite delicious. Well taken, young squire.


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    smashing photographs Phil

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    St Georges Hall


    St Georges Church Everton sorry its dark


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    Very nice, Robbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. D. Williams View Post
    Very nice, Robbo.

    Thanks AD

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    smashin, Mandy. What,s the glass in Macdonald,s dedicated to, eating or St beer belly

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    This is going to be a great thread.
    Thanks for the encouraging comments.
    ADW, you're quite poetic!.

    Great pics so far.

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    Interesting thread indeed, Philip. Thanks for starting it.

    This is the stained glass lighting the staircase in Battlecrease House, 7 Riversdale Road, Aigburth. The house was once the home of James and Florence Maybrick of notorious fame.

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    All Saints, Childwall:

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    If I recall correctly, this is in the Cunard Building.



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    Default St Peter's Church Woolton

    Image of St Paul at St Peter's Church of England Church, Woolton, Liverpool
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