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The Bramley Moore Pub and Hughie's eulogy

We’ve spent quite a bit of time around the dockland area’s of North Liverpool during this project. A lot of our group have very personal relationships with the sea like many scousers, having gone to sea themselves or been the children and grandchildren of seafarers and dockers. 406 more words


Andy's adventures traversing the North Liverpool dockland waterways...!

Taxi arrives , destination……TITANIC HOTEL..?

Any previous INTEL had suggested a short trip on the Liverpool/Leeds Canal system , Liverpool end , obviously, on a barge no less, and I imagined an interesting day, filming and photographing old buildings and such, recording the stories of their personal memories of life on, and around the canal, from the rest of the group. 687 more words


Shipwreck Quay developer denies responsibility for development he developed

McNama: ‘I’m the real victim here’

By Bob DeBilder, Construction Correspondent

The developer who developed a development that has been ruled unsafe by both Dublin Fire Brigade and Dublin City Council says it has nothing to do with him. 295 more words


My Melbourne - Things Returning to Normal

Yesterday I had my first One on One Photography Session since returning and I guess it means the holiday really is over. In some ways it was nice that everything is getting back to normal, but then again I feel like I’m in a strange place as well, in my head that is. 465 more words


High Roller

Etihad Stadium, Docklands Melbourne, Victoria Australia

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Under the Stairs

198 Digital Drive, Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria Australia

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Royal Victoria to the Cutty Sark: the mundane way and the fun way

Last weekend, I went to London for the Greenwich Comedy Festival (yes, it was good but the seats were a little uncomfortable – especially for those of us sitting right out at the sides – and I found it a little bit chilly). 1,200 more words