Down under

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Old unused rail tunnel in Liverpool.

Ingenious architecture when it was built in the mid 1800s
because something is unused or abandoned today
so it necessarily doesn’t mean that it is useless.
Perhaps we lack more imagination than we assume
especially for recycling or use of hidden features.

28 tanker om “Down under

  1. Interesting one Le Drake, I was involved in building a new office block in the centre of Hull a few years back and one day was asked to go with the foreman. We went down some steps and into a labyrinth of tunnels I never knew existed. Something to do with WW2 and the people in charge being able to move about during the bombing, all sealed up now and considering over the years there has been flooding they were quite dry too.

    • #.wheniwasalad
      Yeah the city of Hull hides a lot of secrets too and it’s fascinating exploring those secrets – I guess you are right about the WW2, a lot of safety works were done both in L’pool, Hull and many other cities – often we still don’t know how much hidden… 🙂

    • #.laurie
      I love to explore the areas I am in
      whether it is shorter or longer time… 😀

      So glad you enjoyed this view, goosebumps is a largepart of the searching for experiences in our surroundings – luckily I would say… 🙂

      Best wishes for you and yours, my friend… 🙂

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