Local people and the cars, buses, lorries and trains of the 1955 to 1958 period are seen as Pelham Bridge is developed in the city centre. The “Changing Face of Lincoln” concludes with the Royal opening of the bridge by the Queen on her first visit to the City.
The comprehensive record of the marathon redevelopment of Pelham Bridge was achieved by the late Ron Blow who took hundreds of shots on 16mm. See the forgotten streets, homes, and businesses that disappeared to make way for the bridge. Also steam engines, City councillors, the scary delivery of a 95 feet long girder, and the first users of the bridge.