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27 July 11  A walk into Manchester then around the Northern Quarter.  Sunny.

City of Manchester Stadium.

New sign at the Holt Town stop.

Merrill Street re-opens to traffic in two days.

New road sign at the top of Merrill Street....

....and new traffic lights with the tram signal.

Laying tarmac at the new 'Eastbank' apartments, Ancoats.

Islington Wharf, Ancoats.

This massive building is a former railway warehouse, built in 1867, near Piccadilly Station (or London Road
station as it would have been then).  It is a grade 2 listed building and is now 'The Place' apartment hotel.

'The Place' from the junction of the Ashton and Rochdale canals.

Building Design Partnership (BDP) Studio, Ducie Street.

Piccadilly Basin (or Dale Street Basin) on the Rochdale Canal.

'The Met' apartments.  Formerly a warehouse, dating from 1933, in the Art Deco style.

Carver's Warehouse (1806), the oldest surviving warehouse in the city centre.  Now high quality offices.

Langley Buildings (1908), Hilton Street.
Warehouse and former newspaper printing office.

Detail from a former millinery warehouse (1900-1910), Dale Street.

Mural, Stephenson Square, Northern Quarter.

Mural, Tib Street, Northern Quarter.

Another mural - Panda on the Wall.

Stone relief on the former Smithfield Market, Northern Quarter.

'New Broom' sculpture (George Wylie, 1999), Northern Quarter.

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