Cattle market 1900
The early 1900s. The cattle market had moved to the site of the present bus station/car park in 1886. The two entrance lodges (just behind the cattle, on the extreme right of the picture) are still there today (see the photos below), but the town can no longer boast the 70 or so pubs that once existed ! There used to be at least six breweries, too.


Old notice
Bus station
The old cattle market - the bus station of today. The notice on the right above can still be seen on the entrance lodge wall.


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