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Should 'brutalist' bus station stay or go?


Preston Bus Station, once the largest bus station in the world, it is slated for demolition as part of a redevelopment scheme despite being on the list of endangered cultural sites by the 2012 World Monuments Watch.

Erica Avrami, director of World Monuments Watch, leader of Preston City Council Peter Rankin and architectural historian and caseworker Christina Malathouni debate whether it should stay or go.

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