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Thread: The Lost Lido, Derbyshire, June 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffy5518 View Post
    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 )
    Cheers man. Have a good one when you come up...plenty to see in God's County!


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    What a cool place
    Love it
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbolt View Post
    What a cool place
    Love it
    Magical place Tbolt. Think I saw somewhere recently that the owner is planning to restore it...

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    I read, on another forum, that a couple now own it and are going to renoavcte the changing rooms so it may well be off limits now ... if said statement was true.
    Zero reports, zero participation and then a PM asking for info tends to offend - I delete such PM's so don't waste your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judderman62 View Post
    I read, on another forum, that a couple now own it and are going to renoavcte the changing rooms so it may well be off limits now ... if said statement was true.
    Yeah...I read that report too. Good if it gets brought back to its former glory.

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    Thanks for posting. Great pics and very definitely on my to do list! I think I know where it is but might need to ask directions at the pub!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkHorse View Post
    Thanks for posting. Great pics and very definitely on my to do list! I think I know where it is but might need to ask directions at the pub!
    Prob best not ask directions at the pub!

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