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EWM April 2004 Picture Quiz: 11-20

THIS LOCATION, familar to residents of north Manchester who used to catch their buses from here, is now just a memory. The Arndale Centre bus station was closed after the bomb and never re-opened. The area is now being incorporated into the new Arndale North development.

11) What is the name of the street?

12) What problem was discovered with the bus station after it was completed in the 1970's


THERE ARE MANY neon signs in Manchester, but none more distinctive and enigmatic than this one, which depicts the former owner of this well-known music venue.

13) What is the name of the venue?

14) What is the name of the street where it is located?

FIVE BRIDGES are visible here, all spanning the famous canal built in the 1700's by an ambitious young duke.

15) What was the name of the duke?

16) What is the name of this district?

ANOTHER BUILDING SITE IN MANCHESTER, but this must be one of the biggest around. A whole city block has been levelled to the ground in readiness for a new structure to arise.

17) What is this complex?

18) What is the new name for the white building on the right?

NEW GARDENS were created next to the Urbis Centre near Victoria Station. We are looking through the fountains towards the Co-operative buildings along Corporation Street, with the CIS Building centre right.

19) What is the name of the building centre left?

20) After what famous building are the gardens named?

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