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  1. 5 points
    I thought i put these on but with doing that many pictures around i don't know where i am. Carpet Corner at Bulls Head. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Carpet Corner at Bulls Head. by Robbob2010, on Flickr https://www.sthelensstar.co.uk/news/17563464.plans-to-transform-former-betfred-on-parr-stocks-road/
  2. 5 points
    Thanks to Eddie and Victoria last night for allowing me to get these pictures,it really is a beautiful restaurant. The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Versace wallpaper... The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  3. 4 points
    Yesterdays... Former pub on Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Behind Victoria House where the young guy lost his life taking his test on a motorbike. Flowers behind Victoria House,Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Flowers behind Victoria House,Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Atlas St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Atlas St,Fingerpost by Robbob2010, on Flickr Atlas Pharmacy,Vernon St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ivy Court,Pitt St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Former Furnace Mans Arms,Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Best One on Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ayrshire Metals on Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Test centre,Navigation Rd,off Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr This was taken in the car at the lights... Former Bulls Head pub To-Let by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  4. 4 points
    Few more... St.Helens bus station. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Charles Street Spiritualist Church. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Jills Chippy on Park Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Hong Sing,Jill's restaurant,Ashcroft St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ryman Stationery,Church Square shopping centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Thomas Cook on Church St i was told it's safe but that's hear say. I read that they have announced plans to close 21 stores and cut back it's workforce,with the loss of 320 jobs. Thomas Cook on Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  5. 4 points
    More from this week... Park Road Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Brookfield Centre,Park Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Brookfield Centre,Park Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Lidl,Blackbrook. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Blackbrook. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Blackbrook. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Sankey Valley from Blackbrook Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Sankey Valley,Blackbrook. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Wild Garlic on Sankey Valley. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Blossoms. by Robbob2010, on Flickr last years Cygnet. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Frog Spawn. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Wild Garlic on the Sankey Valley. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  6. 4 points
    The Steve Prescott Bridge shined bright to mark Violet Grace Youens' second anniversary last night. Shine for Violet Grace. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shine for Violet Grace by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shine for Violet Grace. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shine for Violet Grace. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shine for Violet Grace. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shine for Violet Grace. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  7. 3 points
    Lovely day so had a walk around the Brickfields site next to Chester Lane. Beautiful , the old landfill site all been landscaped . Saw quite a few rabbits. A vast amount of land has been levelled. According to my Google search this is a housing development by Backhouse Developments. A site for 250 houses.
  8. 3 points
    Few more updated yesterday. Gamble building,Victoria Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gamble building,Victoria Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr I'm not sure if this is listed below. For Sale on Victoria Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr For Sale on Victoria Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  9. 3 points
    Taken Saturday for the official opening my niece has opened her studio up in Haydock at the former Bethany church in Bethany Close ,Haydock. Vibrance,aims to be a multipurpose dance and fitness space for the local and wider area. Heather has studied dance since the age of 4 and is due to complete her 3 year teaching course at Manchester’s prestigious CentrePointe dance college over the next few weeks. Heather knows first hand the benefits dance can bring to students young and old - fitness, confidence, discipline, mental wellbeing and above all FUN! Heather wants people to feel welcome and is keen on promoting a strong community spirit and this was in full effect at Vibrance’s recent grand opening event on 13th April and classes in all dance disciplines (both classical and current styles) are well underway. Search Vibrance dance studio on Facebook. All the best Heather,made up for you Heather aged 4. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Heather aged 20. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vibrance Dance Studio,Bethany Close,Haydock by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  10. 3 points
    I have some pictures i've taken over the years. These three below was taken over the bridge on the railway line and there is needles thrown on the lines,dirty sods. 2011...i was just starting then. Peasley Cross Old Lines by Robbob2010, on Flickr Peasley Cross Railway Bridge by Robbob2010, on Flickr Peasley Cross Railway Bridge by Robbob2010, on Flickr 2012 Peasley Cross Road Bridge by Robbob2010, on Flickr 2013 Peasley Cross Footbridge by Robbob2010, on Flickr 2011 Peasley Cross Footbridge by Robbob2010, on Flickr Behind Matalan Railway tracks behind Matalan by Robbob2010, on Flickr There's plenty more on here John but it's a start,i can't find half of them
  11. 3 points
    I have been inside it a few times and explored the Tunnels underneath (put loads of pictures on here ) think they must have got lost during the forum upgrades
  12. 3 points
    I remember in the mid 70's my uncle lived at Greenbank, before they messed about with the roads there used to be a subway nearby, opposite Windle Pilk school, and a pub on the other side, there was a roundabout iirc. Anyway one day a wagon loaded with boxes of glasses went over an lost it's load, I think it was from Ravenhead, by the time the authorities arrived to clean up the mess, the only thing left was a bit of broken glass and some cardboard, the locals had shifted the rest! You couldn't go anywhere in that part of St Helens for weeks after without being asked if you had/ wanted, any glasses. I even knew a few people who used the pint pots, the ones with handles, for drinking tea out of, "they're great" one old bloke told me, "I can actually have a decent drink out of one of these". I may have been mistaken over the park, maybe it was Taylor park, several of my relatives many many moons ago worked for the council, one was head gardener at Sherdley, and one worked at the 'crem', he lived in one of those little cottages on hard lane, at the entrance. I remember in the 80's working for the council on security for a short while, I was working nights on Victoria park, or 412 as it was known (radio call sign), we were based in the parks and gardens side and one night we heard a noise and there was a lad trying to break in. My mate ran after him and he headed for a high wall, I went around and grabbed him as he dropped down, I'll never forget it, he had this bloody great knife in his hand and went for me with it, luckily although it damaged my jacket I only ended up with a deep scratch across my stomach! We had the last laugh though, we caught him several weeks later when we were working at Sherdley Show, dragged him into the bushes and gave him a right kicking, lol.
  13. 3 points
    Memories eh. Some more... Jackson St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Jackson St,Fingerpost by Robbob2010, on Flickr This used to be a shop on the right.It is on here somewhere,just updated. Former shop on Pocket Nook St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Just the Job closed on Baxsters Lane. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Holy Cross club,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Holy Cross club,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr I had to look twice at this picture. I thought someone was at the side of me,i'm on the left..it was a street sign in the shadow of a turn right sign. Holy Cross club,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  14. 3 points
    We do own it, it was left along with a trust fund to run it. As I said it has been slowly robbed from us. Don't know about Sherdley (owner sold it to St.Helens Corporation on June 27th 1949 for £18,700. At the time of the sale, local newspapers reported that the council intended to develop the estate along the lines of a cultural centre for sport and recreation, stating that "every effort will be made to retain the beauty of the parkland". ) ....but we all as a town own Taylor Park, it was gifted. The mansion house and grounds were bought in 1886 for £11,000 by St Helens Corporation and the contents of the house and outbuildings were auctioned. They turned it into a museum but it closed in 1966 and all the exhibits went to the Gamble Institute. The building became the base for St Helens Parks and Cemeteries; however, was then abandoned and sadly become increasingly derelict. (What a surprise) In 1993 a local charity – Age Concern St Helens – purchased the house and immediate grounds (including formal gardens, courtyard, outbuildings and parking areas) and set about restoring this beautiful venue. With restoration work complete (thanks to many volunteers), The Mansion House became an ‘Active Age Centre’ offering a range of services for older people (thanks to partnership working and support from external funding).
  15. 3 points
    Apparently it has closed down for some reason and i've been told several times these last two days. Shame really if it has. Hey..i hope i'm wrong. Red Kite on Baxters Lane. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Red Kite on Baxters Lane. by Robbob2010, on Flickr added 27 minutes later I'm 99.9% it has...what about the other %?
  16. 3 points
    I think our Boots is safe,didn't they get a new contract lease? Some more documentation pictures ( big word that,pictures.) Hampson Ltd For Sale on Shaw St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Your Housing Group,Bickerstaffe St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Your Housing Group,Bickerstaffe St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr La Grange Arcade,Church Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Corner of Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Atlas House,Corporation St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr La Grange Arcade. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Another bully's special prize.... Stood there for around 5 minutes,i eaten me cig...what can he do Street Patrol litter warden watching me in Shaw St by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  17. 3 points
    Some more from the other day... Millennium Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Millennium Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Former M&S,Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Is this sign new below or haven't i noticed this? Shaw St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shaw St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Shaw St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr New build on Pocket Nook,from Corporation St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Former picture house,Jackson St,Fingerpost end. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  18. 3 points
    Bad news again... Closed down on Ormskirk St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Closed down on Ormskirk St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Closed down on Ormskirk St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  19. 3 points
    Some more from the other evening... Welcome to Haydock. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Spar petrol stn,Haydock. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Spar petrol stn,Haydock. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Welcome to Haydock. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Blackbrook Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The houses and garage that get flooded in Blackbrook. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  20. 3 points
    The jewel in the crown i've heard. My Dad ran that in the 90's. Sefton pub undergoes £200,000 refurbishment by Robbob2010, on Flickr Sefton pub undergoes £200,000 refurbishment by Robbob2010, on Flickr Sefton pub undergoes £200,000 refurbishment by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  21. 3 points
  22. 2 points
    Have you seen this site? Excellent for locating and identifying railways all over the country - also links to canals. http://railmaponline.com/UKIEMap.php?fbclid=IwAR2aHnz2lIuHP0cfAq6DMvwNLwUmDuI-rKlLONSNdv25bGRpBoQzplL70lI
  23. 2 points
    Day and night on me walkabouts. Fingerpost petrol station. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Fingerpost petrol station. by Robbob2010, on Flickr I always say this but as i update my pictures the prices go up Scandalous prices now,Fingerpost petrol Station. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Corporation St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Holy Cross Church. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Swan pub,St.Helens town centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Is this merging with the new Firestation? Will have to ask. Ambulance Station on Jackson St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ambulance Station on Jackson St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ambulance Station on Jackson St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  24. 2 points
    Yesterday's snaps... Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The new Sefton. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The new Sefton. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The new Sefton by Robbob2010, on Flickr Nsso they're here... The new Sefton. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Secret Garden on Ormskirk St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr New sign up... Nicholson Plaza by Robbob2010, on Flickr Nicholson Plaza,Claughton St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Nicholson Plaza,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Counting House,Hardshaw St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Chain Lane car wash to become a store. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  25. 2 points
    Wow.. What an in-depth and interesting database, cheers Phyll. Here's my 'vlog' of my walk along the Runcorn Gap railway. Cheers, John H
  26. 2 points
    http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/
  27. 2 points
    I worked at UGB for three months in 1961. Memories fade but there were two very ancient buildings, either of which could have been the Cannington Shaw building. They were both close to the lodge-entrance behind the old gas-works. One housed a huge glassware forming machine called the Owens Machine. This made pressed glassware such as tankards. The other building which had a similar shape had long-since ceased to function for glass-making and was used as a factory stores for all kinds of consumables plus the storage of redundant moulds. If I had to choose, my money would be on the latter
  28. 2 points
    I replied to this on the Echo Look at this facebook page for the friends of Cannington Shaw, they will tell you all and also the story of how they saved it from demolition and how they are trying to get the place restored. https://www.facebook.com/CanningtonShaw/
  29. 2 points
    It's funny reading this again, recently I've started trying to recreate my past, I keep looking for things from back when, and buying them. I've got an old Avo meter, the same one I had when I was an apprentice, I bought an old Black and Decker drill, in very good nick, because it was the same as the first drill I ever owned, I bought an old Bosch drill, again in good nick, because it was the same as the one I had when I was an apprentice, at the weekend I even went out and bought a leather jacket, identical to the one I had when I rode motorbikes many years ago, Sadly I can't find a cycling proficiency badge (triangular it was) but I keep finding, and collecting other things from my past. I did find a motorbike like the one I had, but couldn't afford it, not at several thousand pounds, and to think I paid a little over £400 brand new back then. I listened to a Max Boyce video on YT the other day, I'd not heard it for nigh on 30 years, but I still knew it off by heart, lol. I remember some mad things about the old days, remember uncle Dave, or John, or whatever his name was, he wasn't a real uncle, just a bloke down the road who'd borrowed your dads drill or some other tools. Sayings too were quite funny, 'you could make a meal out of nothing if you had the stuff', or you can't have a butty if you haven't got one, or some of the really silly ones that your mum said to you as a kid, 'if you fall of that wall and break your legs, don't come running to me', or 'do you want a good hiding', that was a cracker wasn't it? I always wondered if anyone ever replied with something like, 'well actually mam I was going to ask for an ice cream, but go on, I'll have a good hiding instead', but of course nobody ever did, because you didn't answer back, or 'wait 'til you father gets home, that's all, you just wait' Remember your mam counting, 'I'll count to three and that's it, one, two, and right on three she'd throw her shoe at you, they were always those wooden sandal things, Schol's I think they were called, then you had to take it back to her, and if she missed she'd belt you with it when you took it back.
  30. 2 points
    Second one there I believe, as someone said on the comments, 'it's one way to get around planning regs' , Funny how these old buildings have a habit of spontaneously combusting, even though they've been stood for years, still, think of how many nice expensive homes somebody can build on the land now.
  31. 2 points
    https://historicengland.org.uk/advice/heritage-at-risk/search-register/list-entry/48565
  32. 2 points
    The picture below was in Jan this year... Higher Parr St,For Sale. by Robbob2010, on Flickr I got this below yesterday afternoon as i noticed the 'For Sale' sign has been taken down. The info i got off someone is that the shop was emptied the last 2 days and the person told me it has been sold,the sold is hear say at the moment. Fosters on Higher Parr St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  33. 2 points
    That pill box should be a listed building,not many left.
  34. 2 points
    I read on the Star before that it's coming down. I've never been to the top of the road before but i did to get these today. Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gas holder to be dismantled on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gas holder to be dismantled on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gas holder to be dismantled on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gas holder to be dismantled on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Gas holder to be dismantled on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Test Centre on Navigation Road. by Robbob2010, on Flickr No innuendo but didn't it used to up and down? This picture below was taken from the WW2 Pill box if you remember. https://www.sthelensstar.co.uk/news/17567751.gas-holder-on-navigation-road-pocket-nook-to-be-dismantled-by-national-grid/ added 4 minutes later Off Pocket Nook St sorry.
  35. 2 points
    There's been talk about the Gamble being sold off to that firm who appear to be buying up loads of old buildings and turning them into executive apartment's. Now there are cleverer people than me on here and hopefully if push comes to shove someone may be able to make use of something I say. As far as I'm aware the 'Gamble' was gifted to the people of St Helens many years ago, and since it belongs to the people then the council cannot sell it, this may be of some importance in the future. Some years back, our glorious council leaders wanted to sell off Earlestown market square, they very nearly got away with it until one bloke objected, saying that it was not theirs to sell, in fact it actually belonged to him. They asked how he came to think he owned it and he pointed out that the land was left to the good folk of Earlestown many many years earlier, as he was one of the 'good folk', he argued that it belonged to him, and others, and he certainly was not in favour of selling it, and so they couldn't. We need to watch out that they don't try the same thing on with the 'Gamble', it's ours not theirs, the trouble is that as the older residents die off, the younger ones have no idea of who owns what, I believe that WE, also own Sherdley Park too, you can bet that will be on the for sale list, if the council get their way .
  36. 2 points
    The added 1 minute later Ibstock site
  37. 2 points
    I saw it on a Dummy run in town.
  38. 2 points
    At last Big Jeff Has this closed down? as every time i pass it's shut. Ps Nsso...it's George St,the door is on that street. George St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  39. 2 points
    Taken yesterday... Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Rendezvous Bar,Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr The Rendezvous Bar,Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Former M&S,Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr It must of been getting ready to open but i'll call back. The Dean,Barrow St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Probation,Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Palatine Arcade,Church Square shopping Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr For Sale on Bridge St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Two For Let on Ormskirk St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Claughton St by Robbob2010, on Flickr Passing yesterday taking snaps i bumped into a photographer who i've met a few times,he was doing some pictures for the 'Heart of Glass'. I didn't ask him what for but i asked if it was okay to take a couple of pictures. Puppets in Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Puppets in Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Puppets in Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  40. 2 points
  41. 2 points
    Phyll you are all those thousands of miles away and yet you are correct.
  42. 2 points
    It's the HSBC Bank top of Westfield St/Ormskirk St.
  43. 2 points
    You know what Dig,when you pass the lights on Blackbrook Rd/bottom of Chain Lane it's a free run. Some more from the other day.I'm just trying to document what i can. Go Active,Parr Swimming Pool,Ashcroft St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Ashcroft St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Higher Parr St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Higher Parr St,Fingerpost. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr M&S wallpaper,Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr M&S wallpaper,Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Church Square. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vault on Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Vault on Church St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr One Below in the Hardshaw Centre. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Bully's special prize... I got this couple a ball each out of the window for being extras for the picture One Below in the Hardshaw Centre by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  44. 2 points
    Flats apparently. Former Primrose pub on Park Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Former Primrose pub on Park Rd. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  45. 2 points
    Keep your eyes on this,the second time with a Sold sign on... Peter Darwin sold on George St. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Peter Darwin sold on George S by Robbob2010, on Flickr Peter Darwin sold on George S by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  46. 2 points
    Remember this Sep 15th 2017 below.... Park Road by Robbob2010, on Flickr Now this... Park Rd,March 2019. by Robbob2010, on Flickr Sep 15th 2017... Park Road by Robbob2010, on Flickr Now this... Park Rd March 2019. by Robbob2010, on Flickr
  47. 2 points
    Round 8 - Hull KR (H)
  48. 2 points
  49. 2 points
    Ive tried lying down around town.Tried to convert my feet and inches.So like a lonesome cowboy wandering,can only think its the BISTRO MANSION HOUSE.Not been there for quite a while though.If its not will have to dust off my shell suit and keep plodding on.
  50. 2 points
    Robbob, It was part of a fence to keep people out of pilks where the sand dunes were, it was covered in corrugated sheets that extended a few feet over the canal so you couldn't climb around it. There was another one similar at the other end of the hotties opposite the hotel.
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