Churchgate area of Loughborough with pedestrianised narrow streets (medieval originally I suspect) teeming with small individual shops of charactor.
Below, adjacent to the Victorian park, is what is now the Charnwood Museum but was formerly the municiple bath house. Look at that architecture! This was the baths for the poorer working class town residents that didn't have bathrooms but the Victorians still embellished the building with style and ornamentation!
Couple of idiots photographed in the park! Jill and I had been accosted by a passing evangelist - in the best possible taste - and he took this photo.
Below, the epitomy of civic pride, the Carillon and War Memorial to those who gave their lives in the Great War.