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  1. Irish research

    This is someone from your tree - Jesse Bryan Thorpe - 1900 - 1941
  2. Sat here snivelling ....... but drinking hot toddies!

    1. Robbob2010

      Robbob2010

      Drinking hot toddies my a**e :lol:

       

       

  3. It no longer revolves but you can walk completely around. There is also a snack bar up there so you can grab a coffee and enjoy the vista. You also get to see the radio bods on air. You are right about the hit and miss with the visiting - you had to book a tour, but now you can just turn up on speck and go up.
  4. Here is another great place to visit if you are ever in Liverpool. Radio City Tower (also known as St. John's Beacon) is a radio and observation tower in Liverpool, built in 1969. It affords incredible 360 Degree views over the city, the Wirral Peninsula and most of Merseyside. The top floor is some 452 feet high. Of course radio city broadcasts from there. You cannot miss it as it towers directly above the St.Johns Shopping Centre. It is Open 7 days a week from 10.30 AM until 5.30 PM (with last entry at 5) Open on all bank holidays year round excluding Christmas, Boxing, & New Years days Tickets are only - Adults £5.50 Child £3.50 Student / Seniors £4.50 Family (2 & 2) £15 Kids under 5 go FREE! I have been up there a few times and can really recommend it. Here are some images that I took the last time to give you an idea of what to expect.
  5. Irish research

  6. Irish research

  7. Irish research

    vruffin - are the parents of Robert Crilly Matthew Crilley 1811–1881 Catherine Mullins 1817–1840 ?
  8. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    Give us a Clue Dig
  9. crank caverns where do they go

    According to Sue Gerrard's latest book there where two expeditions in the 1930's by St.Helens Reporter Journalists to find out were the Caverns lead.
  10. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    Frank you got the Lions one............do you want to have a go
  11. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    Got me that one.....another clue?
  12. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    OK its over to you Dig.............................
  13. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    Where exactly Dig?
  14. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    OK then try this one?
  15. The New WHERE'S THIS then? Thread!

    It just came to me as a flash of inspiration Hort. Now then you are good with Doors Hort............so Where is this Blue Door?
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