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Angus Montgomery
· November 12, 2017
My first visit in many years. Buildings in the middle of renovations, no cafe, dirty, muddled, drivers blocking narrow walkways to chat,buses not always starting from assigned bays, tempory exits conf...using, ladies loo in portacabin. Can only improve. See More
Tracy Murphy
· August 23, 2017
As a passenger on stage coach side i wasnt aware of how late nymber nine runs at night during the week once a lady bus driver wd short blonde hair saw me commung in forcthe bus she saw me ncdecidined take off the cherky bitch also i asked a busdriver tonight atv8 20 what time is number 9 due to go oyt he said 8 45 saw i went to stand nr the longridge side then to my surprise numnber 9 came in. I started qyickly walking over then he also pulled out saw quickly i midsed it saw this was because the guy who was putting these bus signs out told me tgis he didnt even knw what time bus was properly running n cuz of him i missed my bus home n i was late home plus i had to walk for ages to get home n yes the bus was thr on its way from grizdale on its way bck to town n yes the same bus i missed cuz of that. Knob head driver who doesnt knw jack shit about times of his busservices See More
Ian Murray
· December 5, 2017
Terrible terrible service. Just waited til 1.30 for the 1.15 number 61 to leave! No reason given probably because they don't care whether the passengers are late or not!!! Absolutely shocking!
Robert Forsythe
· August 2, 2017
As a visitor to Preston on Tuesday, I made a special effort to find the bus station. Not over easy when we got lost in the one way street of the Guildhall. But worth it. I knew the station in the mid ...1980s. It has lost none of its charm. So good to see money being spent. Please do keep all the signs and the seats in the cafe! What an era! Us in far away Hexham have lost our charming 1932 market town bus station. See More
Rebecca Pearce
· December 18, 2017
An inspector at the station refused to answer questions so I took a photo of him to make a complaint. He grabbed my phone hurting my hand. Just typical service.
Meera Ram
September 15, 2013
So, "uncompromisingly monstrous" is how the leader of Preston council who primed its demolition described Preston Bus Station. PBS is brutalist and uncompromising but, I think, utterly beautiful too -... architecturally stunning, accomplished and truly unique and the lines against the horizon - a thing to behold. I recently moved just down the road so have seen it in the flesh, like a smack in the face but also pleasing to the eye. To destroy this historic, challenging and unique piece of architecture but moreover, well used and loved (if not by all!) depot as it stands would be "uncompromisingly monstrous". See More
Neal Southworth
· August 15, 2013
We should keep this imposing building as its a fantastic example of a kind of architecture that is gone, for the best? May be, but it's big, strong, in your face and weathers all, it's Prestonian thro...ugh and through KEEP IT, sell it to some company who can think out of the box and make it pay, flats, retail, Lesiure I don't care, just keep it See More
Uday Parekh
· January 27, 2014
Is it not possible for young and creative architects to integrate this fabulous historic and prominent local feature into their new plans? I'm all for something new and a revamp for the area but I can...not believe that such thoughts have entered heads to demolish history. It's Preston's "Great Wall". See More
Shirley Ann Graham
· June 4, 2014
It is in a good spot for everyone it closes to the town centre and handy for the old people to get to they should not nock it down they should spend money by doing it up which would be much better
Alan Maguire
· August 25, 2014
I'm not from Preston, and was walking through the City centre, I turned a corner and was almost knocked off my feet at the first sight of this stunning building. Truly unique in Britain.
David Carter
· August 23, 2013
Dont like it but its different so why not do something with it not just knock it down or we will never keep our history
Stephen Byrne
· December 11, 2015
Petitioned for this Historic Building to be saved when in Radio Presenting.....A Grade 2 Listed Building & A Major North~West Transport Hub that Links the Whole of the Northern Route to Accessible We need Buildings like this to STAY. See More
Jennifer Williams
February 12, 2013
It may not be beautiful in many people's eyes but it is a wonderful example of its time not only in Preston but in the whole country and should be preserved.
Tony Blews
· January 27, 2014
The most iconic structure in Preston. And a part of history. The largest bus station, dock basin and civilian cemetary in Europe.
Trevor Jones
December 5, 2012
Brilliant place to work I spent 18 years of my working life there
Khan Mohabat
· December 24, 2013
I love it Preston buss station

PERMANENTLY CLOSED: Today sees the closure of the subway between Grade II Listed Preston Bus Station and Preston Guild Hall which also led to the taxi rank. The other two subways that lead out of the bus station are also to be sealed up.

Do you agree with the decision or would you have handled the subways differently, also by what year do you think they will reopen as part of Preston's "lost history" ?

The image is from a walkway in Stevenage which features a frieze of past & present sports personalities from the town and shows how similar spaces can be reinvigorated.

Major restoration work on Preston's crumbling grade-II listed Bus Station get into full swing from Monday (7 November). Passengers who use buses on Stand

It's 3 years today since people power saved Grade 2 Listed Preston Bus Station from the councillors that pushed for demolition!

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Breaking News - Preston Bus Station is now a listed building.