Jul 25, 2018 | History |
Salford was at a crossroads when a cameraman flew over the city to produce a remarkable set of aerial photographs in July 1974. Some Victorian terraces still stood in regimented rows, while others were being torn down in the biggest slum clearances Manchester had ever witnessed.Read More
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Around Manchester in the 1970's 📍
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April 1960, old meets new in Salford as back-to-back terraces make way for multi-storey flats in extensive slum-clearance programmes 📍
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