9 October 14 Into town to fail to buy a soft case for the Panasonic 100-300mm lens. The weather
brightened up after a dull start so I had a walk around then jumped on a tram to the Quays, as you do.
No.1 New York Street (Denton Crocker Marshall 2009)
with its curious skewed upper floors.
Chancery Place (HKR Architects 2008).
Oriel window on Lombard Chambers, the former
Brook's Bank building (George Truefitt 1868).
Chancery Place and Lombard Chambers.
The Reform Club building.
(Edward Salomons and John Philpot Jones 1871).
The Reform Club.
Stone carving above the corner oriel window.
Deansgate-Castlefield tram stop.
The new platforms and loop line are coming on apace.
Glass panels in the shelter roof.
Complete with leaves, butterflies and other assorted insects.
Salford Quays and something is afoot.
Shiver me timbers, it be pirates...!
Don't panic - it's all to do with a BBC CBeebies 'Peter Pan' event at the Lowry.
The ship is the Glaciere of Liverpool. A Baltic Trader, built 1899 in Marstal, Denmark.
Evening at Dock 9.
Sunset on the Lowry Centre.