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Concrete sculptures in the town

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Post » 12 Oct 2010, 13:44


there is a frog here in eliburn, bit smashed though, needs to get repaired or replaced

what we need to do is compile a list of all concrete sculptures in livingston and see which ones remain and which ones have suffered the sands of time
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  • Post » 12 Oct 2010, 19:04


    There is a frog in Dedridge too, not that you could really tell thats what it is anymore. Almost completely ruined.
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  • Post » 15 Oct 2010, 00:23


    lol concrete frogs

    I remember when "someone" blew the back off of the one in eliburn with a homemade explosive
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  • Post » 19 Oct 2010, 20:14


    I can , without any doubt comfirm the picture with the 3 elephants is Deanswood Park, i stayed in the end house in the middle row (brown one) in the photo which was number 71 in 1978, shortly after this photo was taken.
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    Post » 29 Nov 2010, 00:04


    hey blackknight

    do you know when the back of the frog was blown off
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  • Post » 01 Dec 2010, 20:58


    There were two of these concrete oddities outside Sutherland Way - first path into the scheme after the railway bridge. It was a mouse and cheese, I'm sure.
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  • Post » 12 Dec 2010, 17:19


    the back got blown off it with a pipebomb around the mid 90's on fireworks night ;)

    and mozam the mouse and cheese is still there mate I'll get a wee photo of it later today for you
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    Post » 19 Dec 2010, 15:40


    BLACKKKNIGHT wrote:the back got blown off it with a pipebomb around the mid 90's on fireworks night ;)

    and mozam the mouse and cheese is still there mate I'll get a wee photo of it later today for you


    Damn, I've been walking up from the underpass at the bottom of Sutherland Way to the railway a few times this week and never even noticed! Blame the snow!
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  • Post » 30 Jan 2011, 06:03


    aye mate as yer walkin under the underpass away from the station take the first left and walk straight up that alley and ye'll see it
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  • Post » 04 Apr 2012, 11:45


    Orange concrete feet were in the Trim Track. There's a pic of them in this forum, in the Trim Track thread.

    All hideous, with the possible exception of the animals e.g. sheep at the Lanthorn. God knows how much was spent on those "modern art" monstrosities, but they weren't worth it.
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