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Manchester Central Convention Complex from the air

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aerial photograph of Manchester Central Convention Complex and surrounding area including The Beetham Tower and the Great Northern Tower Watson Street, Manchester M3 4LP.Manchester Central Convention Complex was previously known as the G-Mex Centre and was converted from the old Manchester Central railway station which opened in 1880 and closed in 1969.

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