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This is St Stephens Church, which is in Audenshaw.

Audenshaw

(2.4 miles, 3.9 km, direction S)

Audenshaw is a suburb of Greater Manchester. It is probably best known for its reservoirs and the busy waters of the Ashton canal, beside which visitors can see clusters of delightful canal-side properties...

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A picture of Reddish

Reddish

(4.8 miles, 7.8 km, direction S)

This is a densely populated area of Stockport, Greater Manchester. It is fortunate to be close to the edge of Cheshire, thus residents have the benefit of being within easy reach of some attractive countryside...

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Beautiful evening sky!

Manchester

(5.5 miles, 8.8 km, direction W)

A thriving truly cosmopolitan city with a great mixture of new and old. The capital of the north..

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Salford Docks

Salford

(7.3 miles, 11.8 km, direction W)

The City of Salford lies at the heart of the Metropolis known as Greater Manchester in an area where cotton was once king and its mill workers were portrayed for posterity by acclaimed 20th-century artist L.S.Lowry...

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Doorway to the Tollgate Cottage

Marple Bridge

(7.8 miles, 12.6 km, direction SE)

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Lock gate, Marple canal

Marple

(8.1 miles, 13.1 km, direction S)

Marple has many splendid canal features from the past, these include a flight of 16 locks and a three arched aqueduct which takes the Peak Forest canal over the River Goyt...

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Bramhall Hall Bramall Park

Bramhall

(9.9 miles, 15.9 km, direction S)

Set in an area where Cotton was once king, midst the towns of Manchester and the quiet rolling acres of sprawling Cheshire countryside, lies the little town of Bramhall whose most famous feature is Bramall Hall...

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St Bartholomew's Church.

Marsden

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction NE)

Marsden offers visitors a wealth of heritage, particularly in association with the town's expansion which came about during the heady days of the Industrial Revolution...

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John Gilbert Pub, Worsley Brow

Worsley

(11.0 miles, 17.7 km, direction W)

Just 20 minutes car journey away from the center of Manchester is the historic town of Worsley, which is best known for its scenic walks along the historic Bridgewater canal......

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A picture of Quarry Bank Mill & Styal Estate

Styal

(12.2 miles, 19.6 km, direction SW)

The village of Styal stands on the River Bollin close to the town of Wilmslow. It is renowned for Quarry Bank Mill and the surrounding Styal Estate with houses once occupied by the mill workers...

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Portland Basin

Portland Basin Museum

(1.9 miles, 3.1 km, direction SE)

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Manchester Velodrome

Manchester Velodrome

(3.4 miles, 5.4 km, direction SW)

Manchester Velodrome Britains primary indoor Olympic cycle track and widely regarded as one of the world's finest and fastest.....

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Debdale Park

Debdale Park

(3.7 miles, 5.9 km, direction SW)

Debdale Park was awarded a Green Flag Award in 2008 for achieving the national standard for parks and green spaces. Set around.....

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Museum of Transport

(4.6 miles, 7.4 km, direction W)

The Museum of Transport, Manchester has one of the largest collections of its kind in the country. The Collection consists of.....

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Jewish Museum

(4.8 miles, 7.7 km, direction W)

Manchester Jewish Museum tells the story of the Jewish community in Manchester over the last 200 years. Through photographs,.....

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Reddish Vale, viaduct on winter's evening.

Reddish Vale Country Park

(5.0 miles, 8.0 km, direction S)

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Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral

(5.0 miles, 8.0 km, direction W)

Manchester's fine 15th-century church of St.Mary was raised to cathedral status in 1848. It is a magnificent example of.....

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The Urbis, Manchester - Dec. 2005

Urbis

(5.1 miles, 8.2 km, direction W)

Urbis is Manchester’s Centre for Urban Culture and explores Urban culture in the cities of today and tomorrow through four.....

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M.E.N Arena

(5.1 miles, 8.3 km, direction W)

Concert Venue...

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A picture of Chethams Library

Chethams Library

(5.2 miles, 8.3 km, direction W)

Chetham's Library was founded in 1653 and is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world...

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