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Thread: Cunard Buildings (Basements,War Bunkers,and rooftop) - liverpool - sep 2010 -

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    Great to see more of this fabulous site. Pure bliss.
    Cheers. :)

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    A truly exceptional report.

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    Absolutely BLOODY stonkin' report !!! My jaw was on the floor all the way thru !! Top class pics as well. !!

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    That has to be one of the best reports and set of piccies on here for ages, well done , loved the bar of soap

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    cheers for the comments folks !!

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    That was absolutely incredible. Nice work!

    Next time I visit my schoolmates up north I might attempt to have a nose round :D

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