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  1. These pics were taken on the rooftop of the catherdral,great views of liverpool city centre,nice day for it as well!! taken on my old compact.. thanks..
  2. This was a great visit, apart from the fact I had a really bad cold! 22 flights of stairs climbed and we finally were at the top... I almost died there and then through coughing! There wasn't much of interest in the actual tower itself as it was pretty stripped out, but the views from the roof were brilliant. Dalton Tower was a halls-of-residence for students studying at Aston University. It was built in 1970 along with Lawrence and Stafford Towers. In May 2011 Dalton Tower, along with Lawrence Tower, were demolished to make way for new buildings. On with my photos... Lawrence Tower's to the left in this photo. Just after I'd taken the photo above, a police car pulled up outside the university building. It was funny to see them, but we were crossing our fingers they didn't look up and see us! There were more places to take photos from, but myself and one other had a train to catch so unfortunately had to leave before we got the chance. Thanks for looking