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The Manchester wheel reflected in Selfridges

The Manchester wheel reflected in Selfridges

Yesterday afternoon we drove to Manchester with a van filled with custom made fabric jellyfish. This is the second phase of the John Lewis H...

Yesterday afternoon we drove to Manchester with a van filled with custom made fabric jellyfish. This is the second phase of the John Lewis H.

TEDxYouth@Manchester 2011 - Julian Baggini - Is There A Real You?

Is it how you think of yourself, how others think of you, or something else entirely? In this talk, Julian Baggini draws from philosophy and neuroscience to give a surprising answer.

Everyone always photographs this building when they walk past :) - Northern Quarter

Manchester- this beautiful street art was close the the hostel I stayed in the Northern Quarter. I couldn't help but stare at it every time I walked past.

Gensler | Top Interior Designers…

Gensler California

BBC North / ID:SR Architects: ID:SR Location: Greater Manchester, England Project Manager: Capita Symonds Quantity Surveyor: Cyril Sweett M and Structural Engineer: AECOM Main Contractor : Overbury Client: BBC Completion: 2011 Area: sqm Photographs

abandoned  Agecroft cemetery and crematorium is the most recent of its’ kind in the Salford/ Manchester district. Built in 1903, it has to date, nearly 54,000 internments and since it opened in 1957 – almost 60,000 cremation services.  But lurking near the main entrances – almost hidden from view with all its’ overgrowth is the Mortuary Chapel.

Agecroft cemetery and crematorium is the most recent of its’ kind in the Salford/ Manchester district. Built in Hidden from view with all its’ overgrowth is the Mortuary Chapel.

City Centre, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 2011, photograph by Natalya Goryakina.

City Centre, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, photograph by Natalya Goryakina.

Statue in memorial to Alan Turing, Sackville Gardens, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 2011, photograph by Ian Rhodes. Turing, a mathematician and logician, was considered by Churchill to have made the single greatest contribution to the war effort against the Nazis through his code breaking work. He was prosecuted for homosexuality in 1952, chemically castrated, and subsequently committed suicide at age 42, an action the British government would not apologise for until 2009.

The Alan Turing statue in Sackville Gardens, Manchester, England. Alan Turing broke the enigma code he was a computer scientist and mathematician. He was educated at King's College, Cambridge. By breaking the Enigma Code the war was shorten by 4 years.

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