PICTURES: PLYMOUTH in 70s - how much has really changed?
Every page of Plymouth in the 70s is a nostalgia trip While my own memories of the decade are hazy, reading Chris Robinson's latest book, Plymouth In The 70s, proved to be a personal nostalgia...
Pictorial stroll down Plymouth's Cobourg street shows a generation of change
This week we look back at the ever-changing Cobourg Street, with these wonderful old pictures from the archives. The proposed plan of the Traffic Centre is taken from A Plan for Plymouth,...
Devon - Coast - Point 6 - Tinside Pool
Recently re-opened after years of neglect, the Art Deco Tinside Pool is a landmark of seaside architecture. Once a popular venue for beauty competitions, people also used it for washing in during World War II.
A look back at Plymouth City Museum through the years
The hoardings around the City Museum, Art Gallery and Central Library have been up some time now and will be there for a lot longer yet. But while we wait patiently for the exciting new...
Buildings at Drake Circus, Plymouth © Derek Harper
A view from Charles Street across the former roundabout. On the left is [], originally to be called the Reynolds building after the locally-born painter Sir Joshua Reynolds, and under construction when the... more