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Thread: Kirkcaldy pool

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    Default Kirkcaldy pool


    A place full of fond memories for me. No longer with us. Sneaked in at night before demolition started







    Last edited by Josiejo; 29th Apr 18 at 19:10. Reason: Not done properly

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    The lighting is a bit nice, I liked it, Thanks
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    Aaah thank you for fixing it. Nice one.

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    Probably felt a bit surreal seeing the place like that if you have fond memories of it, worth having a look before demo though!
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