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Manchester Cathedral 1976

Manchester Cathedral, viewed from Highland House in 1976, now called North Tower, which is a high rise building on Victoria Bridge Street in Salford.The building is 23 floors tall with a podium at the base, which gives it a total height of 80 metres (260 ft.) making it one of the tallest buildings in Salford. The building lies just over the border with the City of Manchester, less than 100 metres (330 ft) from Manchester Cathedral, and is now within Manchester City Centre as defined by Manchester City Council. The Cathedral Quarter, as it is seen here, was considerably redeveloped after the IRA Manchester bomb in the '90's.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Churches
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Keywords:arthur dobb, cathedrals, christianity, churches, cityscapes, cotton exchange, derek ralphs, lancashire, manchester, photographers, religion, river irwell, salford, victoria street

Manchester Cathedral 1976