Two shots from two cities I spend time in, Manchester and Sheffield. They lie either side of the rock and moorland backbone of northern England that is the Pennines. Each grew up the child of the Industrial Revolution and each is having to reinvent and rediscover itself in in the shiny new future of service industry and the digital age, where connections are not made by navvy dug canal tunnels and railways but by fibre optics and the invisible WiFi buzz.
Some Other bits & Pieces.
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