Manchester bombing

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Unseen pictures of the aftermath of the Manchester IRA bomb - Manchester Evening News Old Pictures, Old Photos, Bolton England, Manchester Bombing, Big Bomb, Manchester City Centre, Rochdale, Manchester England, Salford
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Manchester Bomb,15th June 1996

An exclusive series of photographs showing the aftermath of the bomb blast that devastated Manchester. Many of these photographs have never been published before. All of these 35mm film images were kindly scanned by one of our volunteers, Tobias Longmate.

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Bomb to boom - Manchester, a shining example to other cities

The British Council for Offices conference will this week celebrate Manchester's renaissance since the IRA bombing of 1996.

An exclusive series of photographs showing the aftermath of the bomb blast that devastated Manchester. Manchester Bombing, Manchester Uk, Altrincham, Rochdale, London Tours, Salford, Old Pictures, 15 June, City
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Manchester Bomb,15th June 1996

An exclusive series of photographs showing the aftermath of the bomb blast that devastated Manchester. Many of these photographs have never been published before. All of these 35mm film images were kindly scanned by one of our volunteers, Tobias Longmate.

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History Shall Be Kind: Photo

A British history, with the occasional words of wisdom from a book or two. Questions and queries are always welcome.

Unseen pictures of the aftermath of the Manchester IRA bomb - Manchester Evening News Manchester Bombing, Manchester City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Big Bomb, Salford, Derbyshire, Great Britain, England
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Manchester's IRA bombing was 19 years ago today

Heart-wrenching photographs show the extent of the city centre destruction - the bomb was the biggest to explode on mainland Britain

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Unseen pictures of the aftermath of the Manchester IRA bomb

On June 15, 1996, the IRA singled out our city to be victim of the biggest bomb it had ever exploded on the British mainland. It would injure hundreds and leave no building within half a mile unscathed, ultimately triggering a masterclass in city regeneration and a tooth-and-nail fight by the M.E.N. to report the truth.

Unseen pictures of the aftermath of the Manchester IRA bomb - Manchester Evening News Facts About Britain, Manchester Bombing, Big Bomb, The Ira, Manchester City Centre, Manchester England, Local History, Derbyshire, Back In The Day
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The IRA Manchester bomb: Readers remember the carnage 18 years on

A fascinating collection of never-before-seen images capturing the aftermath of the blast in the city centre were today revealed

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Unseen pictures of the aftermath of the Manchester IRA bomb

On June 15, 1996, the IRA singled out our city to be victim of the biggest bomb it had ever exploded on the British mainland. It would injure hundreds and leave no building within half a mile unscathed, ultimately triggering a masterclass in city regeneration and a tooth-and-nail fight by the M.E.N. to report the truth.