Preston’s Harris Museum and Art Gallery was seen from all angles on Monday evening for the first InstaMeet in the city.Advertisement
Photographers, both professional and amateur, took a trip up to the roof and into some of the parts of the museum the public can’t normally go to.
Below are a selection of the pictures posted by those who attended that caught our eye
As pointed out by the museum staff it is a sign of Victorian times just how much detail is put into the building – even in areas where the public wouldn’t go to.
Getting access to the roof of the Harris was a real highlight and on such a beautiful day the view was breathtaking.
Plus you could spot plenty of other Preston buildings, here is what we saw
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The light was perfect for seeing the top floor of the Harris, the Egyptian balcony.
Tours every other week can take you up here but we had a private viewing to get some pictures.
A fantastic view of the Flag Market and one of the best vistas in the city down to Friargate awaited
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We’ll be hoping to organise another InstaMeet in the near future, keep eyes peeled on Blog Preston for details.