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EYEWITNESS UPDATE 31 DEC 99 : END OF YEAR PICTURE QUIZ 1999 (PAGE 1 - PAGE 2 - PAGE 3)

21) This was once a station on the old South Manchester loop line, and then Sainsbury's built their new supermarket around it. Recently, they said they wanted to demolish it. Where is it?

a) Fallowfield b) Chorlton c) Levenshulme

22) This former hunting lodge at Lyme Park commands stunning views across south Manchester, Cheshire and Derbyshire. It was opened to the public this year by its owners, the National Trust, but what's its name?

a) The Lodge b) The Cage c) The Tower

23) This distinctive bridge is on Store Street, not far from Piccadilly Station. It was once drawn by LS Lowry and is now photographed by EWM. But what does the bridge carry across the street?

a) The Manchester to London railway line b) The Rochdale Canal c) The Ashton Canal

24) This man was largely responsible for the redevelopment of Castlefield. He's a bookmaker by trade, and became involved in property development through his company Castlefield Estates. In 1999 he was awarded the Spirit of Manchester award by the Manchester Civic Society. What's his name?

a) Howard Bernstein b) Jim Ramsbottom c) Roger Chapman

25) This market place is part of a conservation area. In which Greater Manchester town centre will you find this scene?

a) Bury b) Rochdale c) Stockport

26) This church was renovated as part of the redevelopment of the oldest industrial district in the world. What's the name of this district?

a) Ancoats b) Ardwick c) Openshaw

 

27) This is the view from the top of the Central Library. We're looking towards the University district. The street and road ahead of us are named after another famous university - what is it?

a) Cambridge b) Oxford c) London

28) This is one of the few places where you can see Manchester city centre and the Irish sea at the same time. Where did I take this photograph?

a) Werneth Low b) Winter Hill c) Alderley Edge

29) This brand new street links Manchester's re-invented "medieval" quarter with St Ann's Church. What's the name of the street?

a) New Cross St b) New Millennium Street c) New Cathedral Street

30) Here we see the Shambles reconstructed on its new site next to the Cathedral. The Shambles consists of two pubs - one is called The Old Wellington Inn. What's the other one called?

a) Sinclair's Oyster Bar b) The Shakespeare c) The Pevril of the Peak

That's all from the EWM end of year quiz. Let me know how you got on, and once again, I hope 2000 is enjoyable and successful for you!
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