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Would the ground not be on the big flat piece of land at the top of that picture as opposed to actually filling in the dock? That's where it looked like the pictures of the "meeting" were taken and also, i assume, where Sound City was staged.
......I dare say it could be on that site but that is/was Trafalgar Dock isn't it ? I thought we were going for B-M dock which is the one with the big double entrance opposite the pub. The name of the dock is set in the wall just up from there. Don't mind where on the docks it is really.
No i know it's confusing Sound City was billed as BM dock but as you say that is water. Not sure why that wouldn't have been classed as Trafalgar Dock as no one is bothered about that?!
they're talking about filling in the dock in all the stories I hearwasn't it once designed to be a dry dock anyway? would it be impossible to close some gates, drain it, and then fill it in quite quickly?also, does that allow us to "build" ground works before filling in the dock, effectively saving time?
............B-M dock is too big to be a dry dock. The ones I've worked in are usually built to accommodate one ship at a time and have stepped sides . If you mean building ground works on the dock bottom ,it depends what was put in in 1848 ! I assume a concrete raft ,many metres thick ,would need to be installed before any new building was carried out.There seems to be a bit of confusion at the moment about where exactly the proposed stadium site is . Is it B-M dock itself or a piece of land near to it ?
Yay Christmas lights!
I found this interesting, but others probably don'tEverton don't let their own staff put the decorations up - they pay a professional Christmas decorating company to do it (I dare say they do stuff other than Christmas decorations too, or they'd be bored out of their arses the rest of the year!)
The other reason could be they just want full control over what goes up, yo prevent people taking in what they want and having loads of horrible gaudi shit all over the place.
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