This is a discussion on Architecture - buildings that is within the Off-Topic forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Richard Brown Here are some photos of St Pancras Station, Kings Coss Station and the British Library... The area we were in....... ...
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This is fascinating. I didn't realise people were moving whole house this early in our modern world.
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I'm just watching a BBC4 programme about the research and mapping of Pavlopetri. A 3,000 year old city submerged off the Greek coast.
A team of archaeologists from Sydney were part of the team.
The digital survey and reconstruction of the buildings is remarkable.
This clip gives you a great sampler.
OK. Back to the programme.
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