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    Default Wirralcam

    Click the link for a look at the Wirral...


    LINK: WirralCam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian (site admin) View Post
    Click the link for a look at the Wirral...


    http://www.wirralcam.com



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    Hi Brian,
    This Wirralcam is very nice,something a bit different!
    Thanks

    PS Have had a look at the other sites too interesting!
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian (site admin) View Post
    Click the link for a look at the Wirral...


    http://www.wirralcam.com



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    is there any thing that we cant get on this site brillant site noodles slan anios mo charras

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    That is brilliant, thanks. I have lived on the Wirral all my life and I never new there was a wirralcam.

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    Default phil crawley

    Nice one Brian thanks.
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    hi brian looking at those photos of the wirral brought memories to me having lived in birkenhead i did know a lot of the places specially new brighton i am amazed at the river it looks a lot different than when i last sailed out of there in 1946 no ships you made my day regards lou barron

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    Mann Island has certainly changed since I used to sign on at The Shipping Federation in the 1950s.

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    Great site; I grew up in Brikenhead and the Wirral, it all looks to have changed a lot. Must get back some day and do a sight seeing tour of my old haunts.

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    Well I never knew that there was a web cam at Hoylake sailing club. I own a flat directly behind HSC and the old RNLI boat station. I was a member of HSC for over 30 years. I still invite myself in for a pint or 3 on a Friday evening or Sunday afternoon2017-01-02 11.43.12.jpg This is the view from my Balcony you can see the old lifeboat station just to the right. If anyone knows the Hoylake area this is the bottom of Alderley Rd and the Flat is the first floor one with the balcony, Sandpipers court. The flats were built on the old Winter Gardens Cinema site. I was last over during new year. Sadly it is up for sale now due to domestic problems with my wife. I love that apartment and used to sit out on my balcony listening to the roar of the tide crashing onto the West Holye bank, the smell of the salt air with the wind in the right direction. On a clear day you can see as far down the coast as the Great Orme.

    Dam sorry the photo is upside down, anyway that was taken in Early January this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis McColl View Post
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    Dam sorry the photo is upside down, anyway that was taken in Early January this year
    Naw! Lew! that's the way it looked from the deck when you came back from the club on Sunday afternoon!

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