Ready to take a leisurely stroll down memory lane?
The Chron asked you, the readers, to tell us what Northampton buildings you miss that have been long gone.
Here are your answers - hopefully, these pictures will spark fond memories of the town we all grew up in.
1. The Emporium Arcade
The Emporium Arcade opened in 1901 and contained 150 shops. It was demolished in the early 1970s.
2. Derngate Bus Station
Who remembers catching a bus from here?
3. The Old Chronicle and Echo Building
Our very own Chronicle and Echo building, formerly located in Upper Mounts, was demolished in 2014 and some of its land was sold off to Aldi for a supermarket, which opened in 2018.
4. The Cattle Market
In 1873, Northampton's Cattle Market was built. Before which, animals were penned and sold on the street in Market Square, which explains the names of 'Sheep Street' and 'Marefair'.