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King Street

Welcome to Then and Now – the brand new feature where each week we compare images of Manchester streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days to how they look now.

Our first photo shows the original Manchester Town Hall on the right looking towards the corner of King Street and Cross Street in 1909 before the facade was added. The second photo is taken from the same spot in 2006 with Lloyds Bank now on the right.

King Street 1909 King Street 2006

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2 days until the Grand National and everyone loves an outsider. In 1967, Foinavon was 100/1 to win. After a slow start and a pile up at Bechers Brook fence, he went on to be first past the post and win the race! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days until the Grand National and everyone loves an outsider. In 1967, Foinavon was 100/1 to win. After a slow start and a pile up at Bechers Brook fence, he went on to be first past the post and win the race!

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How many more horse deaths before this travesty is banned forever?

1 week ago   ·  3

I drew that horse in the sweepstake at my first job. Thats the only time I ever bet on this disgusting cruel race. I was young at the time and felt a bit obliged to join in. It should be banned. Vile.

1 week ago

I backed Terramon, riden my Mick Roberts in the Derby, came second to Nashwahn riden by Willie Carson in the 80s I had them both in the forcast and backed them all on their own, was the best win I ever had. I never had any luck in the Grand National.

1 week ago

I hate this wicked cruel race iys a death sentence for some more beautiful horses it must be banned

1 week ago   ·  1

Cruel 'sport'.

1 week ago

I wonder if any of the news outlets will mention the deaths of horses after the race.Plenty of coverage for the winner.Money money thats what its all about.

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It's Derby Day for the cities of Liverpool and Manchester! We've looked at some of the best games from before the Premier League. Share your memories from games that have missed our list!



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Manchester United play Liverpool today in the North West Derby. It is one of the biggest rivalries in world football but what are your best memories?

Here's a picture from the 1980/81 league game played on Boxing Day and finished a goalless draw. #MUFC #LFC

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