By the Mancunian Way

Monday 5th November 2012, 3.25pm (day 438)

Manchester leaves, 5/11/12

This photo was taken right at the point where a slip road – that’s it behind the fence – curves off the busy A34 road and heads up to the even busier Mancunian Way (the city centre relief road). I’m stood right by a flyover that still bears the commemorative plaque awarded in 1968 by the ‘Concrete Society’ (no kidding) and in the background is one of the locality’s grimmer 1960s housing blocks.

All the same, it’s rather pretty at the moment isn’t it?

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One thought on “By the Mancunian Way

  1. […] turned into quite a well-lit, mild and sunny afternoon, at least in Manchester. This leafy spot has appeared on the blog before — it is certainly one of central Manchester’s better locations if leaf-fall is your […]

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