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Salford Quays is situated on the site of the old Manchester Ship Canal docks in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK. The massive regeneration project includes a shopping mall, the Lowry Theatre, The Imperial War Museum North and most recently the BBC Media City. Manchester United's ground Old Trafford is just over the water.

Copyright: Lee Wilkinson
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送信日: 26/03/2012
更新日: 16/10/2014
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Tags: salford; salford quays; manchester; lowry; media city; imperial war museum north
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