Hove Actually’s Magnificent Restored Bandstand in all its glory, the remains of the West Pier on the horizon. This Bandstand lay in disrepair for many years. It did function in the 70’s, I remember military bands playing on it during the summer season. Its has been wonderfully restored by great tradesman back to its original state. People love to have their photo’s taken here, a fantastic focal point in Hove, situated on the promenade between the Hove Lawns/Peace Statue and the remains of the West Pier.
You might just glance at a clock at a Station, as you are dashing through to make your exit. Do you really take notice of what is at high level, or is it, of no consiquence to you.
On my regular trips to Glasgow Central, I can’t help looking up and soaking in the grand architecture. The clock is my favourite, it dangles delicately from a web of steel that supports the glass roof.
This shot of the Station Concourse, gives a better look at where the Clock is sighted.
View of the Central Staion underpass from the bottom of Buchanan Street and Argyle Street, looking through to Hope Street. You can smell the Fast food and beer as you walk through…