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Corinthian Club, Glasgow
Scotland

After the 2008 Photowalk Day, the intrepid band of photographers retire to the Corinthian Club to show each other their haul of pics. The building used to be the Union Bank of Scotland and features a 26 foot glass dome, and serves as a suitable backdrop to review the day.

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Uploaded: 17/06/2010
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