Blackfriars Street: #surprisingsalford #40 — Back on the road again


Blackfriars Road in Salford crosses Trinity Way, going under the railway line. From the Chapel Street junction this becomes Blackfriars Street and continues up to the River Irwell where Blackfriars Bridge crosses the river in to Manchester. Along Blackfriars Street a few impressive buildings from old Salford remain. The sandstone three-arched Blackfriars Bridge replaced a […]

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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2 Responses to Blackfriars Street: #surprisingsalford #40 — Back on the road again

  1. Thanks for re-blog – it is a fantastic building.

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