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A Royal wash and brush up - 1

By geranium
During yet another Big Dig in Liverpool (and there isn't much left that hasn't been dug!) the statue of Edward VII that stands on the waterfront has had to be temporarily moved to make way for extending the canal as far as the Pier Head.

After a week or so in dismantled limbo (and amongst huge heaps of soil) His Majesty was last seen on the back of a truck travelling up Lord Street on his way to the Conservation Centre, where he will have a bit of a wash and a brush up because, as you might have noticed, he is a bit of a dirty boy.

If you are interested, there is a Big Dig website with info re the above.

Tags: General Liverpool Statue Pier head Landscape and travel Edward vii Big dig Portraits and people

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shutter speed 17 370 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2007 6:33PM
LoL what a description last seen on the back of a truck brilliant could only happen in Liverpool.

He looks like he is enjoying the ride :o)

Ian.
geranium 17 32 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2007 8:41PM
Thanks Ian. It will be quite a while before a scrubbed Edward VII is back down at the Pier Head - they will have to hire him an open-top limo for the journey back!

Bev
shutter speed 17 370 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2007 11:01PM
Now that I must see :o)

Ian.

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