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So this morning was a bust.. Pictures

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Ben Dover, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. Ben Dover

    Ben Dover Active Member

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    Got sent to a site that hasn't been there for 2 weeks this morning because my agency messed up..

    I walked from Frying Pan Lane, over London Bridge to the Elephant and Castle to catch my bus.
    Pictures I took for my Instagram this morning on my way back home.
    On London Bridge:
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    WWII 1940's cruiser Royal Navy the HMS Belfast.
    (I figure people here might appreciate this)..?

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    I should probably grow up, London Grind

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    Anyway long story short (there were more pictures)..

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  2. mac_bolan00

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    it does look like an elephant and (part of a) castle.
     
  3. Takao

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    If your seeing pink elephants that early in the morning...
     
  4. OpanaPointer

    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Staff Member Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Chess piece.
     
  5. green slime

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    It's important that they include the AD in the date. We wouldn't want some random New World inhabitant getting confused, as to whether the erection occured before or after the Birth of Christ.

    It really is a burden,when you have architecture spanning the last 4,000 years of history.

    The Egyptians have it much easier; they stopped erecting 2,000 years ago, and have been saving on signage ever since. Pretty clever lot.
     

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