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Come on if anyone was going to be starting a thread dedicated to stairs and staircases it'd have to be me right, self-confessed staircase fetishist and all. I like them in all shapes and sizes, styles or condition you name it.

Here are a few I have seen this year.

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I think I have issues...

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