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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Luton: Britain's most boring town?

In a recent "phone-in" radio programme, the subject was raised as to which was "Britain's most boring town?". The name of "Luton" was raised more than once. As I recently had cause to stay a night in Luton, I thought I would give you an opportunity to make a judgement for yourselves.

The first thing you see after leaving the railway station. I dont know what this building is.

The multi-story car park

The public library and theatre


The cinema and leisure centre (I went there to watch a movie to pass the evening)

Luton's den of vice - the Casino

The town centre

My hotel, the "Easy Hotel", adorned in the same colours as the "Easyjet" airline


Historically, Luton was Britain's centre of the millinary trade (indeed, the local football team is known affectionately as "The Hatters"). This old hydraulic hat-press serves as a monument to the former industrial glory of Luton.

5 Comments:

Blogger Tortoiseshell said...

...I once saw Peter Schmichel drop kick the ball out of the ground at Kenilworth Road (1991).

10:13 pm  
Blogger simon said...

um..yes looks very 1970's

6:06 am  
Blogger Ellee Seymour said...

I went to its town hall during the Euro election and that was a stunning Art Deco building.

7:19 pm  
Blogger lorenzothellama said...

Well I think it looks fascinating. I just love that multi-storey car park. I wish I could have one.



today's word is: replastr

7:44 am  
Blogger Errol said...

The building is the college, now part of the Luton wing of the University of Bedfordshire! My, my.

9:04 pm  

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