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Metrolink underpass and bridge under Great Ancoats Street , Manchester, from the air

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aerial photograph of the Manchester Metrolink underpass and bridge under Great Ancoats Street , Manchester, England UK . With 62 miles of track, the Manchester Metrolink is the most extensive in England. The Metrolink underpass and bridge under Great Ancoats Street is part of the East Manchester Line to Ashton-under-Lyne and was constructed during the third phase of Metrolink expansion 2009-2013.The Phase 3 extension project cost £489,000,000 and was referred to as the "Big Bang" and included 4 lines of which the East Manchester Line was one. this section opened in 2013.

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