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Whitworth Lane, Fallowfield, Manchester UK
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Whitworth Lane is an old path at the back of Owens Park campus in Fallowfield. Behind the brick wall is The Firs, originally built for Sir Joseph Whitworth, now the Chancellors conference centre. Woolton Hall is on the other side, behind the railings.

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