More Landmarks of Worcester in the 1970s and 80s
This week's quiz includes another assortment of photographs from the 1970s and 80s. There are a few buildings shown here that have disappeared, but how many do you recognise? (NB. Scroll back up to the top after submitting your answers!)
This first photograph is quite an evocative image, from a time when our industrial heritage was looking a little neglected. Where was the photo taken? *
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This city-based school disappeared in the later 1970s after many of the streets that it served were also demolished. What school was it? *
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This atmospheric shot, depicts another building that was demolished in the early 1980s. Where was it? *
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This late 17th-century building stood empty and neglected for many years at the back of Silver Street, until finally being refurbished and finding a new use last year. The building has a very significant role in the City's history. What was it? *
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What was the purpose of the imposing building pictured here, that stood on the west bank until 1979? *
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Another former Worcester school here, in the midst of demolition. Which one? *
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This building dominated the skyline at Tallow Hill for many years, originating as the Worcester Union Workhouse and later becoming Shrub Hill Infirmary, before finally becoming a residential home known as what? *
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This 1836 church was built to replace a medieval church on the same site, but declared unsafe and demolished in 1976. What church was it? *
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A 1970s view here of the former ambulance station. Where did it stand? *
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Sigley's factory in Carden Street not long before demolition. What did SIgley's produce? *
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