Thursday, 27 February 2014

Garstang Miscellany: Part 3 of 3

At the junction of Garstang High Street and Church Street.
In the other direction.
Local newspaper headline of the day.

Shoreway Fisheries.

Scrub Doggy Dog.

Garstang Liberal Club building.

Wyre Bridge.
In a shop window.

Chapel House.
Through the window of Booths supermarket.

Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Garstang Miscellany: Part 2 of 3

Continuing the walk around Garstang. Entrance to the Council Offices. 
The Crown pub. 
Walking along Garstang High Street.
Richard Seed, stationer and bookseller. 
A little further along the High Street.

High Street - the other direction. 

The Eagle and Child pub.  
The Town Hall

The Town Hall clock.

(Part 3 of the visit to Garstang will be featured tomorrow).

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Garstang Miscellany: Part 1 of 3

Looking towards the main shopping area of Garstang. Yet another, damp, dark, cloudy day! 

Top Knot Hairdressers.  
The Oddfellows Hall.
You can just make out 'Oddfellows Hall' above the door. 
Garstang United Reformed Church
The old school building. 

(Part 2 of the visit to Garstang will be featured tomorrow).

Monday, 24 February 2014

Burnley: Part 2 of 2

The former Burnley Equitable Co-operative and Industrial Society Store. It must have been  avery big place in its heyday. 

Part of this impressive building is now used by the Tsunami Combat Martial Arts Centre! 
Returning to the Charter Walk Shopping Centre.

Still not too many folk around in the Town Centre itself.  

There was some interesting architecture of buildings to be seen. 
I wonder what this building was before being taken by  the 'Totally Weird' shop? 

Barnaby Fudge.
A Georgian style building
In complete contrast, back at the modern bus station. Time to head towards Preston, and then onwards to Lancaster.