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Outstanding image, very enjoyable..

Hiya PhilBee (whoever you are) Nice set of photos and great to see another user taking advantage of the text capacity of the comments and description facility to describe the photos. You can write a book on Panoramio!

I am user 1283331. And the moderators know me and the use I am putting Panoramio to. Not too many sunset and rainbow photos!


Are you aware that this old brick building still houses two 1916 vintage Haslam ammonia compressors from the early days of the Belfast Meat works of Canterbury Frozen Meat Co. One of these machines can and is still occasionally run. And appears here;


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaMy5qipI2c


I have a page devoted to these machines;


http://www.panoramio.com/user/1283331/tags/Haslam%20and%20Hercules%20refrigeration%20machines


and am organising for friends to see the machine running February 17th.

Bruce Comfort

What a beautiful old rusty boat and amazing photo! It is a pleasure visiting your gallery with full of superb images, I can see you like traveling a lot and have been to many fantastic places! :) LIKEd this one also put it on my FAVOURITE list :) All the best from Hungary - M Y B E S T p h o t o s Tom

No, it serves Speights - I'm a DB man myself!

Not a problem, Maro! And I love the angle of your shot - I'm kicking myself that I didn't see it!! LOL [http://www.panoramio.com/photo/94363515]

It's a mudguard Phil, Shiny on top, Shit underneath

(June 2013) It's just been announced that this building - which has a NZ Historic Places Trust Cat.2 listing - is going to be bulldozed to make way for a major new tourism and hospitality redevelopment, which'll take up the entire block.

No, I'm not a local - was just passing through and enjoyed the view!

Very nice editing!

L+F

Greetings, Martin

Churches don't need sky they have their own network

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