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Old 8th December 2010, 11:44
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"Lamport & Holt Line" by Paul Heaton

http://www.ianallanpublishing.com/la...r9h67m3ug7fbv3

If anybody in the Liverpool area is interested, the Book Clearance Centre on the ground floor of St. Johns Shopping Centre, Liverpool has this book for sale at £2:99 (RRP £25:00).

Lots of photographs and history, picked one up on a trip to Liverpool yesterday.
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Thanks for that information the price is unbeleivable will set course for there tomorrow, they wont last long at that price will have to weigh anchor early and get up to full sea revs quickly.
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Thanks for the imfo. have you a phone No. for Ian Allan ?
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Thanks for the imfo. have you a phone No. for Ian Allan ?
I included the Ian Allan link just to show the book and it's RRP, the shop selling them has no connection with Ian Allan, as far as I am aware.

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Got my book they had about six left so hurry if you want one.
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I noticed yesterday that the book is back in stock and at the same price.

If anybody missed out last time hurry along before they all go again.
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