The answers are: I was standing in the alley at the foot of Princes Street, and the scaffolding is for the construction of an integrated health centre which sticks out like a sore thumb on a corner of
West Kinmel Street and Elwy Street.
First with correct answers was Gareth Morris who won Quiz 14, 17 and 22 as well. He must be following me around. Gareth says, “You will recall that this land was formerly occupied by railway engine sheds and turntables until 1960s, and there was a platform bay for ‘Welsh Dragon’ steam train service. The area occupied by the new care centre building was used in mid ‘90s for outdoor market and car boot sales.”
Thank you, Gareth. My pal Jill thinks it was called ‘The Bell Market’. Can anyone confirm this and perhaps explain the name? Please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org