Heritage lobby mourns quality of transport building
Introducing 'Destination Anywhere' - a symposium on the 'Architecture of British Transport in the Twentieth Century' last week, co-organiser Steven Parissien claimed that the topic is a neglected one. On the face of it this is surprising given the amount that has been written on key aspects of the subject, but in fact we were treated throughout the day to enough surprises to justify both this conference and the forthcoming book of the same name.
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