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Default Archive Palatine Road Crane, Manchester - March, 2009 - 08-03-2009, 11:57

Only a baby crane. It's building a car park. I'm afraid there's not very much around it that's particularly interesting so the photos are quite boring. After spending a fair bit of time up there enjoying the view and accidentally making the crane make very loud noises as the sheet metal we stood on popped and then reverberated through the other sheets, it began to snow so we decided to head down. After getting to the bottom it we didn't have time for many photos before the snow because too much to risk our cameras lives in so we headed back to the car.


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