City centre junction is almost unidentifiable



If it wasn't for the building on the left, I doubt if many readers would recognise this 1959 scene today, as virtually everything else has disappeared.
The surviving building is, of course, the fine stone old Leicester City police headquarters, built in 1933 after Charles Street had been extended and opened as the "Million Pound Highway."
Today, it no longer serves the police, but is the centrepiece of the Colton Square business quarter.
On the opposite side of the road is a large public house which, I think, was the Brickmakers' Arms, later the Carousel "fun pub".
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10 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 22
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