24 May 16 A walk from Ancoats to Old Trafford. Sunny.
Narrowboats and cranes at Cotton Field Park marina, Ancoats.
Cotton Field Park marina.
The Manchester Life and hoUSe developments, Cotton Field Park.
The Manchester Life apartments under construction.
The hoUSe development of prefabricated homes, by Urban Splash.
The chimney of the Murrays' Mills complex, which is being
converted to apartments (the mills, not the chimney).
Sign explaining the Ancoats Voice Up initiative.
The Ancoats Coffee shop in the Royal Mills complex.
The arched brick floors in the cotton mills were built for fireproofing.
Street artist Faith47 at work on the mural 722-481 BC
on the side of Brownsfield Mill, Ancoats.
The mural was created as part of the Cities of Hope Mural Project.
'Conflict' a mural of Hercules Fighting the Centaur,
by Spanish street artist duo Pichiavo, Port Street.
A drone (not mine) was hovering around.
A banner in the form of HTML code on scaffolding,
on the Hanover building, Dantzic Street.
Metrolink tram and potted plants at the Exchange Square tram stop.
The Exchange Square tram stop seen through
a door of the Corn Exchange building.
Inside the recently refurbished Corn Exchange building.
Fortunately they've ditched the former 'Triangle' branding.
Two Manchester icons - the Beetham Tower and a Metrolink tram.
Exchange Quay, Salford, just in case you hadn't noticed.
Old railway tracks in Trafford Park.
The 'Theatre of Dreams' - Manchester United football stadium,
Old Trafford, just in case you didn't know.
'The United Trinity', a sculpture by Philip Jackson.
The United Trinity (sometimes called the Holy Trinity) are George Best,
Denis Law, and Sir Bobby Charlton, who helped United become the
first ever English club team to win the European Cup in 1968.