Take a look back at 1990s life in Norwich
- Credit: Archant Library
Norwich is without a doubt a fine city.
Norfolk's capital has seen many developments over the years - from a sports village turned to an ice rink and an award winning architectural redevelopment of its bus station - but the heart has remained the same.
We have curated some pictures aimed at evoking memories, as we invite you to take a look back at the final decade of the last millennium of Norwich.
The original bus station stood in place throughout the rest of the 20th century.
But by the mid-2000s the old station was crumbling.
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In 2005 a brand new "state-of-the-art" bus station opened, winning awards for its architectural design.
The Norwich Arts Centre has been based inside the old St Swithin's Church on St Benedict's Street since 1980.
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Back on Monday, June 6, 1994, Oasis headlined at the venue. Tickets were £5 on the door.
The Norfolk and Norwich Hospital on St Stephen's Street closed its doors in 2003.
All services were relocated to the existing Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital based on Colney Lane.
Time opened as part of the Riverside development in 1999 and it became one of Norwich’s biggest nightclubs.
You might be able to spot yourself or unlock some forgotten memories.
Just outside the city's boundaries, in Hellesdon, Broadland District Council spent millions in the late 1980s to build the Norwich Sports Village and Aquapark.
The Aquapark opened in 1991.
The Sports Village and Aquapark were sold to private company Liana Ltd in 2005.
Not long after, the Aquapark then closed to the public.
For a while, members of a private sports club could still swim in it, before it was replaced with an ice rink.
Norwich Market Place, whose 1930s design was renovated in 1976, was no longer fit for purpose by the end of the 1990s.
The Market was renovated in 2006 with the design which still stands today.
Do you recognise yourself or someone you know in these photos? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your memories.