BUS GARAGE FINDS CHAMPION
A former Desert Rat has vowed to take on the Duke of Westminster's developer, Grosvenor, in a bid to save the much-loved Modernist bus garage in Preston. Hailed as a 'stunning example of 1960s co-ordinated transport planning' by the Twentieth Century Society, the bus station will be pulled down under current proposals to regenerate the centre of the Lancashire city.
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