12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Preston
PUBLISHED: 00:00 28 May 2016 | UPDATED: 15:57 30 May 2016
Our readers share their photos of Preston, with a quite glaring omission.
Avenham Park, Preston by Nancy Barrett
Preston Bus Station by Sonia Bashir
Sir Tom Finney by Paul Iddon
Former Albert Edward Dock, Preston by Barbara Hayhurst
Early winter's morning in Winckley Square Preston by Peter Ainsworth
Harris Library, Preston by Chris Taylor
Haslam Park by Bernie Blackburn
Preston Docks by night by John Lever
Preston sky at dawn by Tony Worrall
Proud Preston by Richard Martin
River Ribble, Preston by Sonia Bashir
Winter Sun at Brockholes Nature Reserve by Karol Gajewski
Preston has a surprising amount of locations for those looking a pretty picture.
The Avenham and Miller parks have the River Ribble at its edge and part of the Guild Wheel cycle route running through it; and nearby Winckley Square is a popular lunchtime spot workers in the city centre.
Further afield the Marina at Preston Docks and Brockholes Nature Reserve near the M6 motorway allow you to take some fantastic reflection images on the calm waters.
And of course there is the architecture, the Harris Library and Musuem in front of the Flag Market is arguably Preston’s most photographed building along with the iconic Bus Station.
Why don’t you upload your photos of Preston to the reader photo gallery?
All images uploaded to the website will be entered into the 2016 Lancashire Life reader photo competition and we pick the best ones to go into the magazine each month.