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Old 08-11-2013   #1
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I have recently visited Melbourne and was taken to this old pier.

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I am also taken by it Joan, where in Melbourne is it? (Promise not to plagiarize! )
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It in the port area and is called Princes Pier. It is the place where many Australian soldiers embarked on ships to war, including my grandfather in 1914. thanks for you kind comments.

By the way access to the pier is closed off at 6pm winter and 8 pm summer which makes it hard for those darker shots. The burnt out parts of the pier have a light shining on them and after moving around for half an hour I finally got this shot at 5 mins to 6, just as the security man was coming asking us to leave.
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Thanks for the location Joan.
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I have yet to see WA.
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Thanks for the location Joan.
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