July 27, 2007

Leamington Floods!

Jephson Gardens Under Water
Jephson Gardens Under Water
<Leamington Under Water
Raging River in Leamington

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  1. Christ on a bike at the last pic!

    27 Jul 2007, 12:58

  2. You can say that again!

    27 Jul 2007, 13:38

  3. I can almost hear the swans in the first picture saying “yeah, bothered!”

    Those photo’s are all dangerously close to where I’m living next year. What soggy parties I shall be throwing

    30 Jul 2007, 15:31

  4. The swans were digging it as the whole park was under water. I hope you’re not going to be living in a basement flat!

    30 Jul 2007, 18:26

  5. luckily I got the one room in our house at ground level – slightly alienated but dry!

    30 Jul 2007, 18:44

  6. Sarah

    Oh no Zoe! I had no idea! It looks so surreal! Keep safe and dry! x

    01 Aug 2007, 11:16

  7. nice pictures. last one is boss.

    02 Aug 2007, 00:42

  8. There was a kind of carnival atmosphere actually as no houses were actually getting flooded because the river is luckily surrounded by park land.

    08 Aug 2007, 13:01

  9. Good grief! I’ve not been into Leam for quite a while and so I’ve not witnessed these floods. Whilst I guessed some parts of Leam would probably be a bit soggy because of the river I had no idea it would be quite this bad.

    12 Aug 2007, 17:41

  10. Yes but it’s all dried up now I’m pleased to say!

    13 Aug 2007, 09:43

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