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Thread: The Lost Lido, Derbyshire, June 2017

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    awesome, do you have the location?
    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathantalks View Post
    awesome, do you have the location?
    thanks
    I wouldn't have found it with out it so yes!

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    Great post, enjoyed reading this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    I wouldn't have found it with out it so yes!
    Sometimes I think we need a 'like' button ;-)

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    [QUOTE=The Wombat;343672]This is a lovely looking place


    We need to do this wombat. looks good. We know I drainer that will probably go for a swim in it too

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    Beautiful, something a little different!
    Jay
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    Vegan Power <3 <3

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    It looks amazing with the lovely fresh ferns. Brilliant pics HD!
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    Wow excellent shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_a_t_33 View Post
    Beautiful, something a little different!
    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    It looks amazing with the lovely fresh ferns. Brilliant pics HD!
    Quote Originally Posted by djrich View Post
    Wow excellent shots.
    Cheers folks. Let's hope this place gets restored to its former glory. Could be useful on a day like today!

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    Wow Hughie that's different !! You find some excellent locations - a lot of my to do list has been posted by yourself. Lovely pics mate very serene and evocative !! Am spending a week in the Peak District in a few weeks and could definitely stray off my more usual quarries and mines path to have a view of this !! (.. and the Alms Houses at Longford that you posted 1 )

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