It’s All in the Detail

I was lucky enough to be able to take some images, for this project on my town, when there was nice weather.  These were taken last week and are detail shots of things around my town, small things that I take for granted or have never noticed.  The first set of images were taken in the Park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Close up of one of the windows in the Bowling Green area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Close up of the detail of The Fountain in the Italian Gardens area

Close up of the detail of The Fountain in the Italian Gardens area

Detail on the Library Window

Close up of a wall brace where the train lines used to run (now a concrete open space)

Mosaic detail of one of the towns underpasses depicting parts of the towns heritage

Mosaic detail of one of the towns underpasses depicting parts of the towns heritage

Mosaic detail of one of the towns underpasses depicting parts of the towns heritage

Mosaic detail of one of the towns underpasses depicting parts of the towns heritage

Mosaic detail of one of towns doorsteps that used to be Lion House, a hotel in the town, now a charity shop

Corn Market plaque, was a clothes store recently until it closed down, now empty

Detail from the old Tesco building, now Instores (part of Poundstretcher)

Detail from Nat West Bank, was a mens club in previous life

Masonic symbols?

Masonic symbols?

Masonic symbols?

Masonic symbols?

 

 

Another mosaic on another underpass leading from town, made by the same artist

White Hart, used to be a hotel before it became a pub then was left empty for several years before THI undertook regeneration of the building.

Detail of a mosaic in a covered pathway beside Wetherspoons.  I remember this being covered in carpet several years ago

Another detail of part of the mosaic flooring in a covered walkway beside Wetherspoons

Peeling paint in the Market which is due for regeneration (April 2013?)

Detail of part of the floor in the Market

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