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As we're adding pictures mostly of coins, i thought i'd open one just about scenery, where you live or of whatever. I took this one on my visit home a few weeks back, the River Tay in Dundee with the rail bridge

 

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1 minute ago, PWA 1967 said:

So lucky to have nice views.

If i look out of my window just see police vans and burnt out cars :lol:

Sounds like the top of my road

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9 minutes ago, Chingford said:

Sounds like the top of my road

:lol:

Was only joking.

Suppose being in a top floor flat helps as looking out of the window in an unadopted road means the only thing i can see is rivington pike about twenty miles away .

The benefits of a high rise in salford ;)

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43 minutes ago, PWA 1967 said:

:lol:

Was only joking.

Suppose being in a top floor flat helps as looking out of the window in an unadopted road means the only thing i can see is rivington pike about twenty miles away .

The benefits of a high rise in salford ;)

Get the camera out Pete

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22 minutes ago, PWA 1967 said:

Not much to see Dave torrential rain and hailstone :lol:

Manchester certainly isn't no Marbella :lol:

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Not sure about that.

The house i have over there has a  big garage on the ground floor.......was two feet under water a couple of weeks ago :o

Mates of mine who have lived there since the eighties tell me its the worse they have ever seen.

 

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10 minutes ago it felt like we ought to be under 2 feet of water here too. Absolutely throwing it down with strong winds. Good job I went out early doors to get the shopping etc

 

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23 hours ago, PWA 1967 said:

So lucky to have nice views.

If i look out of my window just see police vans and burnt out cars :lol:

Stop nicking cars and setting fire to them? :P

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Sunset over the M6 a couple of weeks ago.

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Was in Germany last week for a wedding and decided to tag some Christmas markets on the end. So my view this week of Cologne Cathedral:

 

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Just as well you weren't in Berlin Clive. Great picture though, next time, pop down for tea in Munich and you can get a picture of the Frauenkirche

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Excellent idea Dave, well here's a 'where you live' , or rather where I will be living come the Spring, the ancient farmhouse we have just bought in South Herefordshire, a few miles from Abergavenny and Hay on Wye. Lots of work to do, but in a gorgeous isolated setting (apart from the church and country pub 400 yards away!) Has had something of an adverse effect on penny funds though :(   Blue sky in mid October.

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View from my place which I'm missing right now as I'm away on ship.

But Merry Xmas all.

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32 minutes ago, jelida said:

Excellent idea Dave, well here's a 'where you live' , or rather where I will be living come the Spring, the ancient farmhouse we have just bought in South Herefordshire, a few miles from Abergavenny and Hay on Wye. Lots of work to do, but in a gorgeous isolated setting (apart from the church and country pub 400 yards away!) Has had something of an adverse effect on penny funds though :(   Blue sky in mid October.

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Lovely looking place Jerry, will be interesting to see it after 6 months of you moving in

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1 hour ago, jelida said:

Excellent idea Dave, well here's a 'where you live' , or rather where I will be living come the Spring, the ancient farmhouse we have just bought in South Herefordshire, a few miles from Abergavenny and Hay on Wye. Lots of work to do, but in a gorgeous isolated setting (apart from the church and country pub 400 yards away!) Has had something of an adverse effect on penny funds though :(   Blue sky in mid October.

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Jerry, that place is beautiful...great purchase. Sometime post some interiors of it. 

 

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Will definitely check that out, Dave. Was in Munich in the spring but didn't do too much church-hopping.

Jerry - that place looks amazing and I'm very envious of the project that awaits. Keep us updated!

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Outside on the balcony new years day. minus 4 out there :ph34r:

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Bet it doesn't look like that today, Terry!  :)

(seriously, lovely view...)

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4 minutes ago, Stuntman said:

Bet it doesn't look like that today, Terry!  :)

(seriously, lovely view...)

No your right Jerry , just a little cooler, all though unlike you, moving to a new large farmhouse , we will be downsizing in a few years time.   Terry

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