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Preston Bus Station damaged by gale force winds

Posted on - 29th November, 2015 - 5:00pm | Author - | Posted in - News, Preston Bus Station, Preston City Centre, Weather
Panes of glass are missing from the Bus Station

Panes of glass are missing from the Bus Station

Gale force winds battering Preston have caused damage to its iconic Bus Station.

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Windows near Stands 28 and 29 at the grade II listed Bus Station have been blown in.

Glass is reportedly shattered across the waiting areas of the bus station and onto its apron.

A section of the bus station has been cordoned off from Sunday afternoon after the windows smashed.

The cordon in place at the Bus Station Pic: Adam Kean

The cordon in place at the Bus Station Pic: Adam Kean

Lancashire County Council is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the building, after it was transferred to it from Preston City Council.

The Met Office has a weather warning for strong winds in Preston and Lancashire throughout Sunday evening.

A yellow weather warning is also in place for Monday and Tue of heavy rain in Preston and the surrounding areas.

Have you been affected by the strong winds? Let us know in the comments below

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