Junction at Earl Street, Little Park Street & High Street
A look at Coventry architecture from 1875.
This is the newly completed Council House Square.
Construction of the Council House (right) began in 1913.
The building in the centre was a furniture shop in 1875 and is now
a small grocer store with apartments above.
The building to the left is a pub, but opened
as a bank in 1896.
The photos (above and below) show the
view of Council House Square from the
Council House steps. There is a mixture of new
and old architecture.
I think this new redeveloped area outside the Council House
looks very nice. I guess the important thing here is to enjoy
it while it lasts. A lot of the buildings in the photo (immediately above)
are to be knocked down soon. Oh dear...more changes.
In the meantime, let's zoom in on those flowers....
...oh, and one more photo of the Council House.
See you tomorrow!