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Preston in the 1980’s

Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (Final part 10)

In 1982, Culture Club sang “Do you really want to hurt me?”, believe us though, we really don’t want to hurt you at all, but for now, we are sad […]

6 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 9)

I’ve always considered the 80’s to have been a great time for cinema going; and there were still quite a few of those left in the town at that time. […]

6 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 8)

Great times, bad times or whatever, the 80’s was certainly a memorable time. When you heard the Communards singing ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’, it was how you felt on a […]

6 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 7)

More 80’s scenes this week and U2 had Still Not Found What They Were Looking For, but have you yet? Black were singing ‘Wonderful Life’, well, it was then wasn’t […]

6 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 6)

The 1980’s, a time when Phil Oakey & Giorgio Moroder were very happy ‘Together In Electric Dreams’; It was ‘True’ that New Romantics like Spandau Ballet had nothing but ‘Gold’ […]

7 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 5)

Here we go again with another fifteen images of those great 80’s days in Preston Town. The 1980’s, a time when George Michael was accusing us of a Careless Whisper, Marc […]

7 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 4)

Yes it’s Saturday again and that means yet more of those wonderful 80’s scenes of Preston Town. New Order sang of Blue Monday, which to you meant back to work after […]

7 years ago
Nostalgic 1980’s Preston revealed in pictures (part 3)

Here we go again folks, with another stroll down the eighties memory lane with a selection of photo images from the late 1980’s. Towards the end of this decade we […]

7 years ago
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