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 Posted: Wed Jun 26th, 2013 11:03 am
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One of the few reminders of the once fairly extensive dockyard railway in Portsmouth. 
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Now that is a gate that was truly designed to stop children climbing on it !

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Gary wrote: Now that is a gate that was truly designed to stop children climbing on it !

Cheers, Gary.

Got to agree there Gary only the brave or the foolhardy would dare try and hop over those gates if they were closed:hmm



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