November is briskly working it’s way through and the season of the Christmas & Continental Markets is here. A few days ago I was making my way back home from a trip up to Rochdale and I decided to break my journey at Manchester and have a quick look around the Christmas Markets. It was a Saturday evening so I knew that it was going to be busy and I wasn’t disappointed. It was busy, busy busy. Not a problem though, the markets are running through until December so I have plenty time to have some more visits.
Enough words, here’s some photos.
MANCHESTER. Albert Square, business is brisk on the burger stall.
MANCHESTER. St. Annes Square. Filling up on a Saturday evening at the Christmas Market.
MANCHESTER. The evening crowds keeping warm in the cold at The old Wellington and Sinclairs Oyster Bar. These old, half timbered building have stood at a few sites around the city centre in their time. Being largely held together by wooden dowels hammered into their beams they can be taken apart in kit form.
MANCHESTER. Albert Square. The Santas are coming.
MANCHESTER. Albert Square, choose your Kabanos.
MANCHESTER. St. Annes Square chocolate and candy for that sweet tooth.
MANCHESTER. Christmas cheer gets going at the bars along King Street.
MANCHESTER. Bright lights and beer along King Street.
MANCHESTER. King Street. Evening gathers in around the bratwurst stall.
MANCHESTER. Cathedral Gardens with burgers and a side of fries.
MANCHESTER. Albert Square. Busy time at the chorizo stall.
MANCHESTER. Cathedral Gardens by the National Football Museum.
MANCHESTER. Cathedral Gardens. Waffle and pancake time.
MANCHESTER. New cathedral Street. Reverlers gather around the stalls along New Cathedral Street.
MANCHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKETS
TRAVELLING AROUND MANCHESTER
BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
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