BBC - Media City- Salford Quays- Salford-Greater Manchester-UK
Media City UK was built on 200 acres of reclaimed land next to the Manchester Ship Canal as part of the Salford Quays development and is host many BBC departments relocating from London.
Copyright: Lee Wilkinson
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Uploaded: 27/03/2012
Updated: 16/10/2014


Tags: bbc; media city; salford; salford quays; manchester; television studios
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