The Manchester Web

(A Collection of Manchester Links)

-- A Strong Manchester Tape(stry), Called Web --

Manchester Rotary - The Rotary Club of Manchester Website

Lawrence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976),
Piccadilly Gardens (1954) Manchester City Art Galleries

Pictures General Academic Recreational Culture & Society Misc.

Now, we are called the 'Manchester Web Party', and our policy is
the 'Manchester Web policy', and this home(page) I suppose is the
schoolroom of the 'Manchester Web School'. I do not repudiate that
name at all. I think it is an honour.

Last updated: 4 August 2005.







Pictures

  1. Piccadilly Gardens
  2. Manchester Piccadilly Station
  3. Arndale Shopping Centre
  4. Town Hall
  5. China Town
  6. Portico Library
  7. Manchester City Art Galleries
  8. Manchester Cathedral
  9. Central Library
  10. G. Mex Centre
  11. Oxford Street
  12. University of Manchester
  13. Manchester University Main Campus
  14. Palace Theatre
  15. St. Peter's Square
  16. John Rylands Library, Deansgate
  17. Manchester Metrolink
  18. Free Trade Hall
  19. Bridgewater Hall, Halle Orchestra
  20. Manchester United Football Ground
  21. Manchester Victoria Station
  22. UMIST
  23. Canal Street
  24. Museum of Science & Industry
  25. Granada T.V. Centre
  26. Salford Museum & Art Gallery

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Academic Resources


Recreational Resources


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Misc.


The Dickens Page The Gaskell Web Gissing in Cyberplace Bronte Sisters
Victorian Web Sites 19th C. British Authors British Authors English Literature
English Dep. Home Pages American Authors Japan, my Japan! United Kingdom Web
Mr. Weller's London Nagoya Web Manchester Web Knutsford Walk
Bible Fine Arts Search E-texts

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Japanese Cuisine CHA CHA

There are several Japanese restaurants in Manchester. My strong recommendation is "CHA CHA", meaning "tea & tea". This is a one-woman restaurant with some fifteen seats in it, but its dishes, interior design, and atmosphere are all PURELY Japanese. So is she. You cannot miss it if you get off at the Romiley railway station and walk about100 metres westward (i.e. to your right) along Stockport Road. It stands four or five doors off the church and has a green door. Open 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. You would be better advised to call her beforehand. 0161-406-6650.