Looking up at Manchester Central Library

-Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 64

Every Thursday, I publish a post containing photo(s) taken from above or below, and invite you to join in the challenge by posting your own photos with an up or down perspective.

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“In this institution, special provision has been made for the working classes, by means of a free lending library … this meeting cherishes the earnest hope that the books thus made available will prove a source of pleasure and improvement in the cottages, the garrets, and the cellars of the poorest of our people.”
Charles Dickens,at the opening ceremony of Manchester Public Library, September 1852

And in 2014, we can still enjoy this magnificent establishment, both from outside and inside.  It’s a joy to see the building unveiled after its recent refurbishment.

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The Challenge

Click here to enter the challenge

Welcome to week 64 and a huge thank you for last week‘s entries.   You can see the entries from this and previous weeks on my Pinterest board if you have missed any (or at least you can see most of them – I’m having trouble with my Pin It button and last week’s aren’t up yet).

All are welcome; do please share your up or down perspective with us.  Simply create your own post as normal, create a link to this challenge and click above to enter your link and view other entries.  If you have any difficulties with the linky, please just leave your link in a comment below and I will upload your thumbnail.

Finally, please don’t forget to go and visit the other challengers and pass on your views and encouragement.

To find out more about how to enter, click here.  The linky list will open each Thursday at 00:01 GMT (or a bit before) and will be open for a week.

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5 thoughts on “Looking up at Manchester Central Library

    1. Ha! They will be here, I’m sure, but there are certainly now smaller libraries where it may not be free. Extra services will be charged but not normally books. How much longer that will last I do not know.

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