Browsing Archive: December, 2009

General improvements & Additions

Posted by Lawrence Russell on Friday, December 25, 2009, In : Update for site building. 
New Transport Buttons designed and uploaded into website. These are page specific and topic specific, so have been produced from scratch. Transport Buttons introduced to more pages.

Transport Buttons Help page updated.

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Assorted Updates to the site.

Posted by Lawrence Russell on Wednesday, December 23, 2009,
I have discovered and corrected a glitch in the "Future Projects" page. When anyone tried to return to ghost-of homepage from this page, they ended up at some strange domain registration site. The link has been fixed and works as it should do.

The future projects page has been updated to include details of the "Past2Present" and "Tram53" projects. A web page for the Tram53 project will be constructed in due course.

Additional pictures have been added to West Park Internal page.
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West Park & Cane Hill Treks

Posted by Lawrence Russell on Tuesday, December 8, 2009,
Cane Hill page created, photos installed and compressed.
Cane Hill commentary completed and video players/clips installed

West Park Hall pictures installed & commentary completed
West Park Internal views page begun
West Park External views pictures installed, commentary completed, video players/clips installed

Comments boxes installed on all pages in ghost-of

Some more pictures installed in Lewes Trek page

Compression of image files is ongoing in other treks pages
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About the Project Coordinator

ghost aka: Loz Russell Ninja photographer, editor, web designer, programmer and the maniac who started all this off in the first place almost a decade ago! I just can't let this project slip because I feel so strongly about the complacency of the people of the UK in their need to destroy, remove and replace perfectly serviceable buildings (albeit with a little care and attention to detail). Most of these buildings could be pressed easily into alternative useage and easily modernised rather than replaced, such is the strength and longevity of Victorian Architecture. Where most of today's structures have a life of just 35 years at the very most, The Victorians considered that their creations were the last word in construction and would be there for a very long time to come. So, when they disappear or are threatened with removal as so many of the abandoned structures in this project are/were, it is nice to have some sort of record of them, hence the undeniable purpose of my crusade.