Piccadilly Station late eighties. As I remember there were public toilets and a barbers downstairs in the basement at the far end of the ticket hall.

Greater Manchester police officers react in the immediate aftermath of the 15 June IRA terrorist bombing outside the Arndale Centre, the enormous mushroom cloud caused by the terror attack rising only a block away, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 1996, photographer unknown.

This red post box survived WWII and, pictured here, the 1996 IRA bombing in Manchester City Centre. It remains standing today and is a testament to the resilience and determination of Mancunians in the face of terrorism. The people of Manchester are my favorite people in the world, and I'm proud to've lived there if only for a time.

The Trafford Centre under construction Sept. 1996 Manchester, the once unpolluted area of Dumplington getting built upon. Photo by Janet Peat

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