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The 30-foot-tall bunkhouse, located on Archbishop Reyes Avenue, was made of metal pipes and owned by J.
A few seconds later, the four-story bunkhouse, where he and more than 160 construction workers were staying, crumbled at Barangay Lahug here.
Six of the victims died in the bunkhouse, which was destroyed by the blast, and two others died while being brought to a hospital, he said.
The application, from agent Steven Eltham of Blueprint Architectural Services Ltd, said: "We have been employed by our client to prepare a planning application for the change of use of the former HSBC bank into an outdoor pursuits headquarters including a cafe and bunkhouse accommodation.
The Tomlinson's Cafe & Bunkhouse on Bridge Street, Rothbury, Northumberland, NE65 7SF, is available at the price of PS549,950 plus freehold.
The Inversnaid Bunkhouse, along with its Top Bunk Bistro and recently added log cabin, is less than half a mile from the east bank of Loch Lomond on the West Highland Way.
The bunkhouse offers easy access to the 41 square miles of Rum National Nature Reserve.
We headed up to the bunkhouse and as soon as we crossed over the cattle grid - carefully negotiating the sheep and lambs who would be our neighbours for the next few days - and made our way down the country track, the charm of this former schoolhouse was evident.
It is just doors away from the Bunkhouse, at number 94.
He had intended to operate a bunkhouse and cafe at the site, but circumstances have changed and he has decided to sell it," he added.
They include Jim Norton's heart-wrenching Candy, the pathetic old ranch hand who can read his fate on the bunkhouse walls; Joel Marsh Garland's burly Carlson, the bunkhouse bully who intimidates Candy into letting him shoot his old dog; Jim Parrack's Slim, the sober peacemaker; Alex Morf's sadistic Curley, who does everything a man can to destroy that peace; and Ron Cephas Jones' blazingly intelligent Crooks, the black guy the white guys won't allow inside the bunkhouse.
SLEEP IN: The well-equipped Dan y Gyrn bunkhouse in the Brecon Beacons is on a working Welsh hill farm seven miles from the town of Brecon.