26 Mar 14 Manchester, then to Salford Quays for the laser display. Mostly sunny.
Site of the Grocer's Warehouse, where coal was
unloaded from the Bridgewater Canal, Castlefield.
The Eastgate building. Formerly a factory, now converted to offices.
Central Library, recently reopened after a major refurbishment.
Cranes on the First Street development.
One of the Up There sculptures.
Thank You was a temporary laser display by Craig Morrison which beamed out the words 'Thank You'
in morse code in honour of Alan Turing and the men and women who served in the two world wars.
The beams were projected from the Lowry Centre on to the Imperial War Museum North.