Love them or hate them, Lancashire has its fair share of iconic buildings.
Preston Bus Station and Forton services on the M6 are just two of them.
And now they have been celebrated in eye-catching art deco prints.
The images are the work of Manchester-based studio Dorothy.
Lost Destination is a new series of illustrated prints that celebrate the unique but often forgotten beauty of some of our favourite brutalist buildings and structures from the 60s and early 70s.
Ali Johnson, a director of Dorothy, said : “Love or loathe them, there’s something poignant about how these buildings once symbolised a ‘brave new world’, only to be dismissed, derided or demolished by the future they looked to.
“I describe them as the kind of building that my mum hates, but I love!”
Forton service station and its famous tower has been a landmark for generations of motorists since the advent of the motorway network.
Preston Bus Station is regarded by some as an eyesore, but is now a listed building meaning it will be around for many years to come. Ali said the team had a long list of potential prints, and came up with five which meant something to each of them.
There are three other images in the series - Spaghetti junction in Birmingham, Fylingdales in North Yorkshire and the Tricon Centre in Portsmouth.
The prints cost £35 each and are available from.wearedorothy.com/shop