The inclined elevator at Ian Simpson Architects' exhibition space is far more inviting than an anonymous escalator As a city, Manchester is a unique microcosm that reinvents and renews itself every so often in response to the changing patterns of society. The process started in Victorian times; you have to look hard to find medieval Manchester.
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