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Anyone know what this place is by any chance? Its in liverpool over the water from the docks and shiz i thinks its the wirral way but i really cant be sure! I ve tried to search but im not local or paid enough attention to pin point its location any help would be awesome...


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I talked with Xan about this place

Can't for the life of me remember what it was called but he was saying that it's pretty much gutted inside

Thinking back it might not even of been Xan

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