Former Bus Depot and Public Baths, Lancaster

busStationOLDThis large stone plaque, featuring the coat of arms of Lancaster, is found on the side of the building (completed in 1939) that formally held both the Bus Depot and Public Baths. In 2009 a large apartment complex was built on the site.

The unusual word Loyne, found in the motto, is an alternative name for the River Lune on which the city stands.

Location: Kingsway, Lancaster, UK.

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