While we wait for the delayed decision whether to list Preston’s iconic Bus Station, English Heritage has announced a new London based exhibition called Brutal & Beautiful. The Royal Institute […]8 years ago In pictures: A visit to the former Preston Magistrates’ Court and Police Station
Have you ever passed the old former Police Station and Court House on Lancaster Road / Earl Street and wondered about its origins and history? Well, you can now discover […]8 years ago Should the Harris Museum and Art Gallery have ever had steps?
The editor of BlogPreston, Ed Walker, recently asked me “Should the Harris have had steps?” This is a perfectly reasonable question in light of the Harris Flights which is a […]8 years ago Review: A Performance Of Visio At The Harris Flights
On Monday evening 2nd September 2013, BlueStreak Arts in collaboration with Bordello Theatre gave a superb performance of a production called Visio. It was staged at the Harris Flights in […]8 years ago Advertisement Advertisement In Pictures: The Beauty of the Bus Station
Love it or loathe it, Preston Bus Station stirs up contrasting emotions. A similarly ‘brutalist’ building, the BDP’s Halifax HQ, has recently been listed by Architecture Minister Ed Vaizey so […]8 years ago The fight to save Preston Bus Station in National News
The continuing campaign to save the seemingly doomed 1960s Preston Bus Station and Car Park has moved to the mainstream national press. On 11 December an article in The […]9 years ago Pause for thought before sending in the bulldozers on Preston Bus Station
A heartfelt plea about the proposed demolition of Preston Bus Station from Prestonian Bernie Blackburn With Preston City Council set to rubber stamp their decision to demolish our bus station, […]9 years ago Why should Preston Bus Station be saved?
Blog Preston has been contacted by Alan Mercer after he read the story about the Preston Bus Station demolition. Although Alan has not been actively involved in the campaign to […]9 years ago Most Discussed