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  • Hastoe Park Palace:
  • Drive through Micky D's , spent much time there as a tweenager.......01-09-08
  • Blue Leaning
  • Old Cinema
  • Well, it WAS the Nestle facorty with its HUGE stack... But now its going to be a set of flats...
  • Chicago's pure class!
  • Home
  • big ugly council building, can see 20 miles off. also the blue leany, won loadsa architecthure prizes, hq of some insurance firm i think
  • um.... The Clock Tower is rather sweet
  • Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...... the the playhouse in the back garden of 5 bateman drive
  • The Blue Leanie must be one of the coolest around. The Art Deco old Odeon building owned by Sainsbury's and in danger of demolition.
  • blue leeny
  • the old odeon
  • the hobgoblin pub and the firkin off kingsbury sq.
  • The Kings Head
  • hampdens and free yards
  • blue leany's quite a famous one blue glassed leaning office building but opposite it is the most gorgeous building called millenium house or something it's quite new but wasn't rented for ages!
  • Leany.
  • My Grans house on a rather classy estate.
  • the old post office on tring road.....hasnt been updated since ww2,fabulous interior, sells veg from the 60's[ wear nose plug]looks like a scene from a british movie from the 40's
  • Blue Leanie
  • the one i go to thats 200 miles away in preston.
  • Has to be the Blue Leany, it's a pretty good building.
  • Uhh... blue leanie
  • blue lene (looks like a piece of moldy cheese)
  • blue leanie
  • Ols part of the Nestle factory
  • Ols part of the Nestle factory
  • blue leanie
  • My favourite building is new £9.6 million swimming pool which has just opened recently.
  • The MFI Pickup point for great wheel spins
  • County offices, the designer threw himself off the top of it, due to the hated responce he got from people after it's completion.
  • Around St. Mary's Church in the town centre is pretty nice
  • what ????????? IN AYLESBURY ???????????????
  • the best thing has to be the cool stuff to play with in the roal dahl museum
  • My house...cos I live there.
  • That Big Blue Leanie
  • old cinema, clockwork orange bits, QD
  • D.S.S seeing you have to spend so much time there
  • The new Millennium House is quite good
  • Flint Cottage just off St Mary's Square - difficult to find but well worth a look. A veritable work of art!
  • Leeney or millenium House
  • Is anybody ever going to rent the new millenium building on Walton Street???
  • The Ship Inn, for the obvious reasons.
  • The museum.
  • in Aylesbury??!!!
  • The Kings Head in the Market Square: the National Trust has restored it and now, from an historical point of view, it's worth a visit. I liked it better when it was a proper pub with a legendary jukebox!
  • The Blue Leanie
  • Anything but the council tower!

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