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GLOUCESTER DOCKS IN 2006 - Kier Hardy  


A view looking north along High Orchard Street towards Llanthony Road in 2006.


In the opposite direction with various industries occupying some of the buildings whilst others remain derelict.


Looking across towards Merchants Road with the buildings on the right backing onto the canal.


The street turns sharp right just before the lorries in the distance....


.... and then sharp left.


The bottom end of the street looking south with Pizza Hut and the multiplex cinema visible in the background.


The north end of Merchants Road, showing the building which is now home to the Gloucester Antiques Centre.


Looking south along Merchants Road.


The rear of the buildings situated in High Orchard Street.


Covered walkway between the mill buildings in Merchants Road.


Underside of walkway / conveyor way.


Looking north back up Merchants Road.


This mill building fronts the canal and shows a stone carved panel bearing the name W.L.Downing - Maltsters - Offices, along with a much later painted sign for West Midland Farmers (Gloucester Region)..... both long vacated.


The Downing building at Gloucester Docks.


Looking across to the ex-Foster Bros cake and seed mill....


... and on another day, with Pizza Hut and the cinema in background.


Looking north back up Merchants Road.


Baker Street with the bottom end of High Orchard Street next left.


A later view looking across from St Ann Way, with redevelopment work afoot.


The ex-Foster Bros cake and seed mill.


St Ann Way, Gloucester showing the approach ramp for the new bridge over to Llanthony Road.


The grain silos on the west side of the canal (demolished C2007), dominating the skyline with the cinema in the foreground.


Buildings at Severn Road in use as an antique emporium.


Upstairs Downstairs antiques.

OTHER GLOUCESTER PICTURES  


Glazed facade in Northgate Street.


Automobile Engineers in Worcester Street.


Northgate Street - last occupied by the late Kwik-Save supermarket chain.


Building in Market Parade.

GLOUCESTER DOCKS COMPARISON PICTURES  


A view looking north along High Orchard Street towards Llanthony Road in 2006.


This is now a pedestrian area and part of the Gloucester Quays retail development, photo Feb 2015.


In the opposite direction with various industries occupying some of the buildings whilst others remain derelict.


This is now a pedestrian area and part of the Gloucester Quays retail development, photo Feb 2015 snatched on the mobile on a drizzly day.


The street turns sharp right just before the lorries in the distance....


This is now a pedestrian area and part of the Gloucester Quays retail development, photo Feb 2015.


The north end of Merchants Road, showing the building which is now home to the Gloucester Antiques Centre.


Part of the Gloucester Quays retail development, photo Feb 2015.


Looking south along Merchants Road.


Part of the Gloucester Quays retail development, photo Feb 2015.


The Fielding & Platt building with St Ann Way in the foreground.


The same building a few days later - Baker Street runs parallel on the other side of the building towards High Orchard Street and Merchants Road.


Something different starts to take shape.....


..... as captured in 2014, a few years after opening.


The Fielding & Platt building in the process of being demolished to make way for the new Gloucester Quays development.


A few days later.