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Extensions were added to the building in 1903, and again in 1913, when it was at its largest with a whopping 15 platforms.
Some of these have since closed, including those on the East Lancashire line.
Work began on the landmark building in 1850, and four years later in 1854 it opened.
1867 saw the spire added, with only Salisbury and Norwich Cathedrals having taller ones in the whole country.
On the left is the Fishergate Baptist Church from 1858.
Recently it was forced to close and is up for sale, so it could soon become a shop.
This is one of the best views in the City Centre, showing off Preston’s heritage.
It is a grand Victorian Building, and was constructed sometime prior to 1894, as the new home of Lancashire County Council, which moved from the former County Town of Lancaster.
The local City Council has its own home, in Preston Town Hall, which I shall come to later.
Moving onto the top floor is an Art and Portrait Gallery, as well as Sculptures and fine art.
On the left of the square is Sessions House, the court building.
The building takes up a whole block, and has immaculate detail on all sides.