On the left just in view is the Borough Club which now has a concrete modern building in its place. Coming from the Old Market Square comes and goes the Tram. ” number 16 please! ” !In the middle distance it is possible to see The Exchange the building of which was rebuilt for the modern Council House started building in 1927. Father back is St. Michael’s Church which is still standing. To the right is a grand decorative Fothergill’s building which still stands today The painting was done on rough paper 140 lb with Winsor & Newton watercolour tubes. .This is a glossy watercolour Print. Price includes delivery.
1900’s King Street, Nottingham Watercolour Print
Trams in the 1920’s was the main mode of Transport unless you could afford a car.
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