But if you look up, you'll find some fascinating features and architecture; some new, and some which have stood the test of time. Can you identify where these pictures were taken? When you've finished, the answers can be found HERE
You'd be forgiven not noticing this bell, because you may be busy checking the time
Preston's lamb appears all over the city, but this one appears on a former pub
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Let there be light, but on what?
These stone characters are two of four who stand guard over a large imposing door.
There's a similar red rose of Lancashire on the Fishergate railway bridge, but where's this one?
The shop below this will not give you any clues about the origins of this agricultural motif
Ready for take off? This futuristic roof line stands over a busy junction
When the sun's out like this, you'll be very thirsty
Wind direction and time. This building will give you all the information you need
Messages from the past will give you a clue to this building's current use
Easy one this; there's a clue in the writing
For most of the 19th century and early 20th century this was the premises of the 'Roast Beef Inn'
This lion watches the city centre from a great height
This nautical motif appears in some impressive ironwork
A savings bank, yes, but which one, and what is it now?
If it's the time you need, you could do worse than this brightly coloured face
A cathedral-like window, but it no longer casts light on a religious congregation
A date clue in this famously gentrified area of Preston
It's such a shame that his incredible doorway is practically hidden from open view
This mock-Tudor decoration gives this pub an imposing presence
This lion looks like it's ready to sort out the city's nightlife, which it looks over