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Nivram
London,
United Kingdom

Daytona 955i (04-06)


icon18 Sep 2012 12:16
Looks like near to completion with the new sea front, looks very impressive, esp when you look on the "sea" side:thumbup:

even the REdcar stump..sorry "tower" looks not too bad.

Not sure when completion is due, but would think next year, as the tides get rougher over autumn/winter
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Saxman
Old Leake,
United Kingdom

Posts: 7,467
Enthusiast


icon18 Sep 2012 12:30
The vertical pier. Only in Redcar. :lol::lol::lol:
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Nivram
London,
United Kingdom

Daytona 955i (04-06)


icon18 Sep 2012 13:21
now called the redcar tower....i think..they had a poll recently

sorry redcar beacon..it is now called
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Custardracer
Blackburn,
United Kingdom

Posts: 7,321
Tiger Sport


icon18 Sep 2012 18:15
Ahhh, good old Redcar - my home town. Just imagine, once the tower is built, you'll have a fine view of all the tankers & cargo ships sailing into Teesport!

Or a quick 180 degree turn will reveal the stunning vista of the multi story carpark at Morrisons, where the happy holidaymakers will have a prime view of their car being broken into!

That'll bring the crowds in! :smirk:

"You can't polish a turd - but you can put glitter on it!" :lol:
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Nivram
London,
United Kingdom

Daytona 955i (04-06)


icon19 Sep 2012 07:34
agreed CR:lol:

but the seafront looks way better, and it's not even finished yet. I am no fan of Redcar, but it's good to see some massive regeneration goping on
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