It doesn't look much from the entrance but Preston has a splendid (and huge) railway station, somewhat out of scale with the town.
Preston railway station has a somewhat continental feel
Toyota showing off the smallest 'four seater' (3+1 really) on the market, the iQ, outside The Mall, Preston.
A backstreet in Preston
A jumble of 1960s buildings near Preston's huge but scruffy and apparently far from prosperous covered market
Huge canopy over Preston's covered market. There's another smaller one too, but that was completely deserted on a Saturday...
Preston's County Hall
Street art and the converted (to a pub) corn exchange
Woolworths in Preston looking quite smart, but of course closed, like all Woolworths from 2009.
County Hall, Preston. Odd that it says Nottingham on the flower tub beneath the red rose...
Booths bridge in Preston
Miller Arcade, Preston. Looks moderately impressive on the outside, and that's the best you can say.
This area of Preston around the art gallery is quite attractive
Plenty of signs pointing to... not that much. Preston isn't as impressive as its railway station would have you believe.
Preston's Harris Museum and Art Gallery
Another reasonably impressive building in Preston's main square