Facebook group: St Ann's Well Road Pre Demolition (1970) Online Community
Location of Bus Stops going into town.
Return Journey to St Anns Well Rd
...via Market Sq - Long Row
King St/Queen St ?
Robin Hood Chase/St Anns Church
Duncombe St near Board School?
Lotus St - near Bramleys
47 Terminus Coppice Rd/Ransom Rd
The Wells Rd
40 Terminus Kildare Road
Happy memories of my three years as a conductress during the war. ....... getting those ducks back on the wires was hard especially during the blackout. We would moan at our mate for missing the crossover (Jean Shacklock)
Wells Rd 40 Terminus
there are several images here (two coloured) that show buses at the bus stop opposite Westminster St. St Bartholomews Rd can be seen further up on the right hand side. The bus stop is closer to Bullace Rd/Bilberry St near Sharps the newsagent
Top end of St Anns Well Rd - Wells Rd continuing in the distance
King Edward St, Central Market and Palais de Dance
Upper Parliament St - The “Daily Express” building to the left was designed by the Nottingham-based architect Watson Fothergill.
South Parade (Slab Square) - outside NatWest Bank - Exchange Walk (behind the bus) - Farmers shop on the corner.
Top end of St Anns Well Rd - bus approaching bottom of Westminster St on the left - to the left would be Bramleys Pork Butchers, Tacey's fish and chips and the Co-op
Long Row - always a mass of shoppers and workers boarding the bus here. Glimpse of the department store Griffin and Spalding
Wilford Toll Bridge, locally referred to as the 'Halfpenny Bridge',is a tram, pedestrian and cycle bridge in Nottingham, England. It crosses the River Trent between the Meadows and Wilford. It originally opened as a toll bridge for general traffic in 1870, but was closed when declared unsafe in 1974. Following demolition of the central span, a narrower footbridge and cycleway was opened in 1980. The bridge was once again widened to accommodate an extension of the Nottingham Express Transit network in 2015.
Parts of the northern side of the bridge are Grade II listed building, including the former toll house.