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IWMN, MediaCityUK, Salford Quays
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Imperial War Museum North, Media City, Salford Quays

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Tim Cooper
IWMN Main entrance
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The view towards a half-built MediaCityUK from The Lowry
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The view towards MediaCityUK from The Lowry, November 2013
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IWMN Main entrance
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