Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Spot The Difference

Earl Street, Coventry
The Earl of Mercia (centre) and Coventry Council House (right)


The photo above was taken last week and
the one below was taken May, 2015.


 The bridge was removed in late April, 2017.
The link bridge was constructed in 1970 to
connect the historic council house
to civic centre buildings to the left.

PS.  The building in the middle, straight ahead, is a pub :).



8 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

Interesting. The bridge didn't match the buildings very well so I guess it's okay.

Lowell said...

Why was the bridge removed. It's removal certainly cleans up the scene. That must be some pub! And how is it that you know so much about it? Hmmm?

Cloudia said...

Living history in daily use!

jennyfreckles said...

Looks much nicer without, doesn't it? Perhaps the council doesn't employ enough people who need to cross the road now.

bill burke said...

The area looks much better without it. I wonder why they took it down, that had to be a big job.

William Kendall said...

It does seem better without it.

LOLfromPasa said...

For information - The bridge is no longer required. The building it is connected to has been sold to Coventry University and I expect it may be demolished. Whilst the Council House building will remain (thank goodness) the "workers" are soon to move to new offices near the train station. More about that later.

Lowell - Oh yes, it do know that pub :).

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looks so much better without the bridge Lauren.. super uninterrupted view down to the pub ☺