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Preston City Council Decide Future Of The City's Bus Station

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PRESTON, LANCASHIRE - DECEMBER 17: Travellers enjoy a a cup of tea in the steamy atmosphere of Preston Bus Station on December 17, 2012 in Preston, Lancashire. Preston Bus Station is described as great example of Brutalist architecture and is on a list of 'treasured places at risk' compiled by the World Monument organisation. A 1,500 signature petition has been complied to save the bus station and it's public car park which was also recently voted as Preston's favourite building and today Preston City Council will vote to decide the future of the bus station which was built in 1969. The council says that it will cost 23 million GBP to refurbish and only 16 million GBP to demolish. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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PRESTON, LANCASHIRE - DECEMBER 17: Travellers enjoy a a cup of tea in the steamy atmosphere of Preston Bus Station on December 17, 2012 in Preston, Lancashire. Preston Bus Station is described as great example of Brutalist architecture and is on a list of 'treasured places at risk' compiled by the World Monument organisation. A 1,500 signature petition has been complied to save the bus station and it's public car park which was also recently voted as Preston's favourite building and today Preston City Council will vote to decide the future of the bus station which was built in 1969. The council says that it will cost 23 million GBP to refurbish and only 16 million GBP to demolish. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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