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On a building in Liverpool a few weeks back. It was steel, but very narrow, obviously not made with the horizontally challenged in mind.
23rd Jul 2008, 20:46   | tags:,,,

the whole house looks thinnish

23rd Jul 2008, 20:54

MaggieD says:

Oh wow, that is well weird ....

23rd Jul 2008, 20:55

Caineabet says:

Looks rather serious. I wonder what the sign says. Cool shot.

23rd Jul 2008, 23:16

Viv says:

not the best area of liverpool then!

24th Jul 2008, 11:31

bronxelf says:

The first question is what was the original intention of the building. When you know that, it becomes much simpler.

24th Jul 2008, 19:22

540air says:

It was down near the docks I think at the edge of an industrial estate. Caine, the sign said "Please ring bell. Hours Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm".

I think it was possibly a warehouse/mill/something that is on the tip of my tounge. It had doors on the first floor with no balcony, which would possibly mean that it would've had some kind of pulley system coming out to transfer goods/stock. My mind keeps thinking of grain or wheat storage.

28th Jul 2008, 12:59

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