Monday, 9 July 2018

Out in Warrington on a day in July .......... a set of golden gates

Now if ever I wanted a reminder of how I should get out more it was yesterday.

We had taken the train to Warrington to the railway station Bank Quay, and I have to say I was just a bit apprehensive, given that hard by the station was a huge plant for Unilver, which consisted of tall storage tanks and lots of pipes.

But outside directly opposite was the Patten Arms Hotel and signs for the museum.

And in the course of the next ten minutes I stumbled over some fine buildings including the Town Hall and its gilded gates.

Location; Warrington

Pictures; the Town Hall Warrington and its golden gates, 2016, from the collection of Andrew Simpson

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