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JohnnieWalker
Bonny Hills, Australia
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46 of 53  Sun 24th Nov 2019 6:10am  
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On 23rd Nov 2019 9:33pm, Prof said:
To my shame, I don't think I ever saw that - magnificent, isn't it!
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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47 of 53  Sun 24th Nov 2019 7:24am  
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Oh, it certainly is JW, it's in the right place but a tad too rich for my dining area. (hope you have been safe in the Bonny Hills) Wave
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Prof
Gloucester
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48 of 53  Sun 24th Nov 2019 2:17pm  
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It is still there if you ever make the trip back JW.
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Prof
Gloucester
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49 of 53  Tue 26th Nov 2019 9:11pm  
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Prof
Gloucester
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50 of 53  Tue 11th Feb 2020 11:25pm  
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Godiva and stained glass in St Mary's Guildhall.

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Helen F
Warrington
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51 of 53  Mon 16th Mar 2020 10:51pm  
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Coventry Society on the kitchen refurbish More pictures
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Dougie
from Wigan
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52 of 53  Tue 17th Mar 2020 1:23pm  
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Helen. I also have a collection of snaps I've taken like this one of inside the strong room when I closed the door - Locks at the back of the vault door
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Helen F
Warrington
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53 of 53  Tue 17th Mar 2020 2:33pm  
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Very nice pic dougie and just the out of the way image I'm looking for. I'm guessing that it was the door of the Treasury. It used to have three ornate chests with the guilds’ goodies.
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