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 Lovely photo. Is this one of your's, Appy? 31/Mar/08 12:29 AM |  |
 Blog will include a proof to this one 31/Mar/08 12:31 AM |  |
 Hello Anne, yes it is one of my picture.This is the fourth Light House of chennai, in the Marina beach.It was opened in January 1977. It is one of the few lighthouses in the world and the only one in India with an elevator.The structure also houses the meteorological department and is restricted to visitors.It is a massive structure at the south end of the Marina Beach. 31/Mar/08 1:21 AM |  |
 Great picture, Appy!!! - Thank you! Love those lighthouses!!!! It is interesting, also, to see that the meteorological department is in it. Great idea! Have a great day/evening everyone! 31/Mar/08 2:07 AM |  |
 Very slow today. 31/Mar/08 3:16 AM |  |
 Great pic, Appy. Was Chennai once known as Madras? 31/Mar/08 3:47 AM |  |
 Great pic Appy, I worked hard to get to it... 31/Mar/08 5:49 AM |  |
 Impressive lighthouse, appy. Thanks also for the guided tour! 31/Mar/08 9:00 AM |  |
 I've actually seen that in person Anu. Great memory. Thanks! 31/Mar/08 9:10 AM |  |
 Lovely lighthouse good puzzle to do 31/Mar/08 10:40 AM |  |
 Thanks, appy. 31/Mar/08 10:40 AM |  |
 Nope, I ainta savin that time, uhuh, no way!Thank you for the extra info, appy. 31/Mar/08 4:00 PM |  |
 Thanks for posting a proof of this one, Steve. Now I just have to learn how to read 'em. 31/Mar/08 5:28 PM |  |
 I could not, not do this one except by guessing (which I had to do in the end - one good guess in one square goes to UP81 with unique singles). Thanks Steve for your proof. Best Regards, Neil ~ 31/Mar/08 10:21 PM |  |
 Excited to see a lighthouse. One of my dreams is to able to sail around australia / the world and visit / film lighthouses. I have to learn to sail first (or find the right man to do it). 31/Mar/08 10:57 PM |  |
 impossible for me without a guess...I became sick of looking at it...all unraveled after the guess so maybe it was inspired! Thanks for posting the proof Steve..I'm going to study it and see if I can make head or tail of it! 31/Mar/08 11:44 PM |  |
 No quicker 2nd time I tried it. This is a toughie. 01/Apr/08 1:09 PM |  |
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