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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Where are these chimneys?


A quiz photo for you today.

For non-local readers, the question is, what sort of building sports these chimneys.

For local readers though the question is exactly where are these chimneys.

The answer will posted next Thursday, so to give non-locals a chance to make an intelligent (or wild) guess first, perhaps the locals will wait until after the weekend before posting their answers.

12 comments:

billyB said...

It's Hyde's long lost opium den; the fumes go up the stacks and no-one's the wiser ;)

Hilda said...

A market?
I have no idea since we don't need chimneys or fireplaces! ;)

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

It's an old hotel?

Darryl and Ruth : )

lewi14 said...

I bet it is a wonderful homy English pub where cold beer and excellent food are served. Right?

Cezar and Léia said...

I imagine it's a house.Anyway it's beautiful,great shot!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

A firehouse?

A Brit in Tennessee said...

I would think an old hospital or swimming baths ?
Lovely set of stacks either way ;)

Ghost Of Red Pump St said...

I think I know where it is but i ll wait till Sunday !!

gogouci said...

Very interesting chimney stacks. I haven't a clue.

lewi14 said...

Or Zibba hairdressing?

ian... said...

Got it but joining the ranks of keeping my mouth shut ;>)

It's a great challenge for us locals too Gerald as not every passer by will have a clue unless they walk around looking upwards - these chimneys are seen easier by some residents & visitors more than others!

Ghost of Red Pump St said...

I am going for the Queens in Clarendon Place.

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