Former Blackpool police station on Bonny Street

Architect: Roger Booth, Lancashire County Architect
Date Built: 1971-73
Usage: Commercial
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On my annual visit to Blackpool for the Rebellion Festival I popped out in the morning to have a look at the (now vacant) police station on Bonny Street.

Designed by the prolific Roger Booth, the Lancashire County Architect between 1962-83, he designed another (at least) 8 brutalist Police Stations in the Lancashire area during the late 60’s and 70’s

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