in Manchester
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By looking at two sites close to Manchester city centre – Ordsall Riverside and Middlewood Locks – this chapter highlights the interwoven spatiotemporal stories that shape the modern city. Commenting on both the volatile, often conflicting timescales of contemporary capitalism and the modest everyday cadences that influence urban space, this piece highlights that the city is, in fact, a site of constant flux.


Something rich and strange


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