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  • Can I say all the buildings in Kingston other than John Lewis. You can leave that one but put it in Twickenham.
  • Mcdonalds.
  • The Eden Centre, and that
  • ane council houses around der not dat there r ane (hint hint)
  • kingston college....it looks like a block of flats! and its so boring inside...believe me i no
  • Kingston College. I wouldn't go to a college like that.
  • Kaleidoscope - you know it makes sense
  • The police station, preferably with the police still in it. Kingston College, even though I go to it. Someone said it before, but the two towers in new malden look so shite.
  • any where the wannabe rudies hang out.
  • All tyhe rude boy areas. kill em all.
  • That boarded-up wreck by the Currys in New Malden. It's been abandoned and sealed-off for about six years. Are they EVER going to obliterate it?
  • McKluskies, The Works, Oceana. No loss whatsoever.
  • all the new houses that are being built.ive been a local for 6 or 7 years and kingston is getting too big, with too many traffic jams, and stuff.
  • aggghhh, charity shop overload. THERE IS ONLY SO MUCH WE CAN GIVE. Also, the twin towers of new malden, i swear the wind was once gale force 10.
  • Errrm, quite a few. The Cambridge Estate is a complete eyesore (belongs in Vauxhall really), that really ugly building opposite the Fairfield bus garage, and Kingston University (not because I hate the building but the students have ruined the town and need to be flattened somehow!)
  • Bacchus. Its a shit hole full of shit people.
  • Kingston College Eyesore... Yes the building and the people
  • The two big towers in new malden only place i have seen a beware of high winds sign.
  • Too many buildings have already been replaced by small, expensive flats!
  • Kingston College has to be the ugliest building in Kingston - a nasty grey tower-block.

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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