A Plan for Plymouth
as seen through original artwork and the feature film -"The Way We Live"
another "content over style " heritage web page from Steve Johnson "Cyberheritage"
Original Artworks from "The Plan"
left is Derry`s Cross, while at right is the approach to North Road (Plymouth) Railway Station, which would have had a breathtaking welcoming view from it`s entrance up to the Hoe, to greet the newly arrived visitor
left is the Barbican Cafe and right is a plan for Devonport
here we see at left St. Andrews church, centre is Armada Way, garded by twin towers guiding the visitor up to the Hoe
all these images may be seen much larger by clicking on them
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The "Plan for Plymouth" was the combined work of city engineer and surveyor J. Paton- Watson, and noted city planning authority Professor Sir Patrick Abercrombie. It was a brave effort and by and large it worked, and generally speaking it worked well and above all ...still works well. As in all my sites, I bring you the hard to get material, and in this case it is these images above, all taken directly from the original document.Technical details on the plan are easier to get in planning publications.
images from the feature film -"The Way We Live" click here
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