This category relates to all things to do with history in Preston.Old photos discovered of Avenham & Miller Parks
Photos have been discovered of Avenham & Miller Park during the Victorian era.13 years ago Mapping Preston’s old and current pubs
The number of pubs is rapidly in decline in Preston and thanks to data found via the Preston Lancs forum I’ve been mapping Preston’s pubs. The majority of them on […]13 years ago What makes Preston’s history special?
Ahead of the 2012 Preston Guild, the Harris Museum is asking what makes Preston’s history special for a new exhibition.13 years ago Preston dock crane driver Richard Taylor
After the posting of photos and videos of Preston Docks on the web, I wanted to speak to someone who had worked there during its heyday – and one man […]13 years ago Advertisement Advertisement St Joseph’s Orphanage
Down Theatre Street in Preston (near the Post Office) is the former St Joseph’s Orphanage or Mount Street Hospital as it became know.13 years ago Glimpse of Preston’s old docks
Photos and videos posted on the web have revealed what Preston’s old working docks were like in their heyday.13 years ago Autumn walk at Preston Cemetery
You can take a special walk around Preston Cemetery in the final guided tour of the year.13 years ago Preston Corn Exchange: The wrong statue?
It’s easy to dislike the statue in front of the corn exchange (what is now The Assembly pub). The sculpture uses a lumpen style which provokes people to like or […]13 years ago Most Discussed