By Simon Creasey2022-03-07T16:09:00
The National Trust is opening a temporary “meeting place in the sky” in Castlefield, Manchester, this summer. The trust is transforming a 330m long, 17m high Grade-II listed Victorian disused railway viaduct into a temporary free to access park, inspired by New York’s High Line.
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