Many adults cycled to work in Peterborough in the 1960s and 1970s. Fewer people owned cars compared to today. Many tradesmen sold items in the streets and from door-to-door (see Horrell’s horse-drawn milk cart).Source Bank 1
Up to the end of the 1990s all cars registered in Peterborough had number plates that ended in two sets of two letters. What were these?Answer
In the 1960s Bridge Street looked very different to now – traffic was allowed in the city centre and occasionally the roads were very busy, even overcrowded.Source Bank 2
Think about your school. What arrangements are made for people to arrive at school e.g. pedestrian entrances and shelters, cycle racks, car parks?
What word beginning with ‘p’ is used to describe an area of a town or city in which traffic is not allowed?Answer