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Aylesbury in the 90s: A LOT of building work

Friars Square 1991

11:01am 12th August 2017

We all have fond memories of the 1980s and 90s.

It was a time of change and that was definitely happening in Aylesbury!

We've already had a look at the 80s, so lets go back in time to the next decade now.

Looking at the picture above, Friars Square was looking REALLY tired.

So change was on the way...

High Street memories

Kingsbury had underground loos?!

Lots of buildings like this

Last days in Aylesbury

Some classics still existed

Webster & Cannon.

The area round the station was very different in the early 90s

But this soon changed

Watermead was looking fresh!

Fairford Leys went from a farm to 90s-chic housing

Keanu popped by

And random things still happened 

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