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Inside Wigan Life Centre South
England

Inside the new combined Wigan Council Offices ( behind the frosted glass ), Public Baths and Gym.

The floor of the pool rises to allow disabled access and to keep my feet dry while taking this panorama.

Copyright: Dave Walker
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Uploaded: 08/09/2011
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