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Manchester City Centre

Manchester City Centre

The unofficial capital of the North of England Manchester is a thriving city of style, sport, music and industrial heritage. It's ability to re-invent itself time and again, has helped to establish Manchester as one of the must-visit cities in Europe. This is further helped by the ongoing success of it's two global football clubs and other sporting attractions.

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The capsule shot of the Manchester Wheel reflected against windows of the Marks and Spencers building at Exchange Square. The 60m wheel offered spectacular views over Manchester and consisted of 42 capsules. The wheel has since been taken down. ..
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Chorlton Mill was once a hive of industry and was built in 1814 as a cotton spinning mill. It later was used as a rubber processing works then about 15 years or so ago became one of the more ‘designer’ places for loft living in the city centre. ..
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Manchester Town Hall’s Bell – “Great Abel” weighs 8 tons. Named after Abel Heywood, the bell first rang on New Year's Day 1879 but cracked and was replaced in 1882. The bell is inscribed with the Tennyson line “Ring out the false, ring in the true”. ..
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Manchester Town Hall’s Bell – “Great Abel” weighs 8 tons. Named after Abel Heywood, the bell first rang on New Year's Day 1879 but cracked and was replaced in 1882. The bell is inscribed with the Tennyson line “Ring out the false, ring in the true”. ..
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The old Macintosh rubber works, taken over by Dunlop soon after the World War One. ..
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A close up of the Palace Hotel’s iconic spire with an “Andy Warhol” inspired pop-art backdrop. ..
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The John Rylands Library is one of the most beautiful libraries in the United Kingdom. A late-Victorian neo-Gothic building on Deansgate in Manchester, England, the library which opened to the public in 1900, was founded by Enriqueta Augustina Ryland..
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The John Rylands Library is one of the most beautiful libraries in the United Kingdom. A late-Victorian neo-Gothic building on Deansgate in Manchester, England, the library which opened to the public in 1900, was founded by Enriqueta Augustina Ryland..
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Attracting shoppers from all over the UK and beyond, the market has put Manchester city centre firmly on the Christmas map – the Christmas Market has become not just a fabulous place to shop but also a hugely popular leisure destination in its own ri..
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Inner-city Manchester, pictured is the built up urban way of life in the city centre. Iconic landmarks such as Manchester Town Hall, the GMEX Centre and Beetham Tower can all be identified. ..
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Attracting shoppers from all over the UK and beyond, the market has put Manchester city centre firmly on the Christmas map – the Christmas Market has become not just a fabulous place to shop but also a hugely popular leisure destination in its own ri..
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Here we see three iconic landmarks of Manchester’s cityscape aligned. We have the National Football museum (foreground) which holds the world’s greatest football collection, alongside the 60m high Manchester Wheel whilst in the background, Beetham To..
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Here we see three iconic landmarks of Manchester’s cityscape aligned. We have the National Football museum (foreground) which holds the world’s greatest football collection, alongside the 60m high Manchester Wheel whilst in the background, Beetham To..
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Inner cityscape Manchester; featuring Albert’s square (bottom right) and Beetham tower lit up proudly against the lit Manchester cityscape horizon. ..
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This iconic landmark of Manchester’s cityscape sits on the popular Oxford road. The Grade II listed red brick and terracotta building was designed for the Refuge Assurance Company by Alfred Waterhouse and built in 1895. Manchester Oxford Road train s..
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