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JAN–APR O8

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New Major Exhibition

From 9 February–27 April 2008

FRONT COVER/TOP RIGHT

Delhi Memorial, India © Brian Harris

BELOW

Western Desert, 1941 © George Rodger/Magnum Photos

MIDDLE RIGHT

Ba Deli Family © Seamus Murphy

FAR RIGHT

Etaples Military Cemetery, France © Brian Harris

George Rodger captured many aspects of modern warfare,

from the London Blitz to liberation in Europe. This collection

of powerful and compelling images captures humanity in the

hardship of war.

See page 05 for more information

CONTACT:

GEORGE RODGER’S WAR

PHOTOGRAPHS


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WELCOME

Explore the changing displays, take part in

themed activities or join in the talks and film

screenings. Visitors of all ages can get involved

at Imperial War Museum North.

Use the colour coded key throughout Event or

look at the calendar at the back for a full list

of what’s on when you visit. Don’t forget to

check out the WaterShard Café for spectacular

views and homemade treats.

WHAT’S ON

EXPLORE IWM NORTH 03

Find out how to experience the Museum, follow the

TimeLine, investigate the Silos or immerse yourself in

a Big Picture Show.

CONTACT: GEORGE RODGER’S WAR

PHOTOGRAPHS 05

FATHERS, BROTHERS, SONS:

PHOTOGRAPHS BY SEAMUS MURPHY 07

REMEMBERED: THE HISTORY

OF THE COMMONWEALTH WAR

GRAVES COMMISSION 09

A collection of emotive images showing

Commonwealth war memorials,

cemeteries and graves throughout the

world, commemorating the men and

women who never returned.

A PLACE FOR FAMILIES 11

IN FOCUS 14

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ACTIVITY

EXHIBITION

FILM

PERFORMANCE

TOUR OR TALK

IDEAL FOR FAMILIES

BOOKING REQUIRED

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We welcome talks from Manchester Aviation Art Society

and Remembered photographer, Brian Harris and also

mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a series of linked events.

YOUR VISIT 15

GROUP VISITS 16

CALENDAR 18


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The Main Exhibition Space contains a wealth

of Imperial War Museum’s collections which

will surprise, move and sometimes even

shock you.

Follow the TimeLine of 20th and 21st century

conflict along the gallery walls or visit the six

Silos, each with a unique theme and approach

in examining war and conflicts.

Pick up a Daily Events leaflet from the

Information Desk when you arrive, with

details of activities and tours taking place

every day.

BELOW

Imperial War Museum North © McCoy Wynne Photography

TOP RIGHT

Big Picture Show © McCoy Wynne Photography

BOTTOM RIGHT

Action Stations © Chris Harrison Photography

EXPLORE IWM NORTH

NEW ON DISPLAY

Main Exhibition Space

The Legacy of War Silo – What happens after the guns stop firing?

A new silo dedicated to the legacy of war explores the physical

and emotional impact of war and conflict. Through powerful

personal stories, a new interactive space reveals the long-term

legacy of war on people’s lives from the First World War to the

present day.

“Peace is the absence of war.

You have to actively promote

peace to avoid war.”

Kate Adie


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BUILDING ON THE PAST

Meet in the Foyer

Tuesdays and Thursdays 1.30

A walk-and-talk through the

Museum, looking at the history

of this iconic building and the

changing landscape of Trafford

Park and The Quays.

BIG PICTURE SHOW

Main Exhibition Space

Daily

Every hour from 11.00

As the lights fade, giant

screens and powerful

surround sound immerse

you in the heart of the

action, creating a complete

sensory experience which is

totally involving, and often

very moving.

Please note: The lights are

turned down for the duration

of each show

Subtitled

BSL signed at 2.00 and 3.00

on 6 Jan, 3 Feb and 2 Mar

INTRODUCING THE MUSEUM

Meet in the Foyer

Daily

11.30, 2.30

A guide to the themes, history

and design of the Museum.

BSL signed at 2.30 on

6 Jan, 3 Feb and 2 Mar

A CLOSER LOOK

Meet in the Foyer

Mondays (Silos)

Wednesdays (Large objects)

Fridays (Timeline)

1.30

Tours examining themes or

anniversaries, linked to the

Museum’s displays.

TIMESTACKS

Main Exhibition Space

Daily

10.30, 12.30, 3.30

Join our Interactors for themed

object handling sessions.

Discover what life was like

during the Blitz, how to live

on a food ration or how to

survive trench life during the

First World War.

BSL signed at 3.30 on

6 Jan, 3 Feb and 2 Mar

ACTION STATIONS

Main Exhibition Space

A favourite with children

and adults alike, look out

for our Action Stations –

exciting hands-on areas

which explore the themes

of the Museum.

KEY

ACTIVITY

EXHIBITION

FILM

TOUR OR TALK

IDEAL FOR FAMILIES


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Special Exhibitions Gallery

From 9 February–27 April 2008

Celebrating the centenary of George Rodger’s

birth, this exhibition looks at the life and work

of an extraordinary photographer. Born in Hale

in Cheshire, Rodger captured many aspects

of modern warfare, from the Blitz in 1940

to refugees escaping from Burma in 1942 and

the experiences of liberation and surrender

in 1945.

This collection of powerful and compelling

images, captures humanity in the hardship of

war. Rodger’s experiences towards the end of

the Second World War led him to abandon war

photography and he went on to co-found the

Magnum photographic agency.

CONTACT:

GEORGE RODGER’S WAR

PHOTOGRAPHS

ABOVE

George Rodger, Paris 1944 © Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos

RIGHT

Civil-defence Wardens © George Rodger/Magnum Photos


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PHOTOMOBILE

In the Museum grounds

Friday 15 and Saturday 16 February

Friday 28 and Saturday 29 March

10.15, 11.30, 1.30, 3.00

Join Red Eye photography in their travelling

photography centre, a unique mobile darkroom,

digital suite, giant pinhole camera and camera

obscura. www.photomobile.org

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Tickets: £3 per one hour session, £5 for 2 or

more. Concessions: £2, £4

Ideal for ages 10+

MEET THE CURATOR: CONTACT

Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 February

Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 April

2.00 Learning Studio

War Photography: Illustrated Talk

3.00 Special Exhibitions Gallery

Contact: Walk-and-talk through exhibition

3.30 Your History

Photography Online

Discover more about George Rodger with

Imperial War Museum’s Hilary Roberts, as she

examines war photography, the work of Rodger

and the Museum’s archive.

KEY

ACTIVITY

EXHIBITION

TOUR OR TALK

BOOKING REQUIRED

0161 836 4007

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FATHERS, BROTHERS, SONS

The WaterWay

15 March –6 July

A selection of works from award-winning photographer

Seamus Murphy. His poignant and moving images capture the

effects of conflict in Afghanistan since 1994.

Murphy recounts the story of the Ba Deli family of the old city in

Kabul over more than a decade of conflict, from civil war and

establishment of the Taliban regime to subsequent Coalition

attempts to build a stable democracy in Afghanistan.


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MEET THE ARTIST: FATHERS, BROTHERS, SONS

Main Exhibition Space

Friday 18 April

6.00

Seamus Murphy talks about his time in Afghanistan, coming

to know the Ba Deli family and the photographs which reflect

their experiences.

This illustrated talk is followed by an opportunity for Q&A

with the artist.

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Tickets: £6 Concessions: £4. Ticket pricing includes parking.

TOP LEFT AND TOP RIGHT

The Ba Deli family © Seamus Murphy

BOTTOM LEFT

Seamus Murphy

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TOUR OR TALK

BOOKING REQUIRED

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The WaterWay

Until 10 March 2008

This exhibition celebrates the 90th anniversary

of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

(CWGC). Their task is enormous – to

commemorate the men and women of the

Commonwealth forces who died in the two

world wars.

The Commission began life towards the end

of the First World War – a ferocious and horrific

war that saw casualties on an unprecedented

scale. The CWGC now looks after sites in 23,000

locations around the world.

Beautiful and haunting photographs by Brian

Harris of some of these memorials, cemeteries

and graves are brought together in a moving

tribute to the work of the CWGC and the lives

of the men and women who have fallen.

See also talk by Brian Harris on page 14

“a tribute to those who gave

their lives and those who

preserve their memory...

truly striking”

Metro

REMEMBERED


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WHY WAR?: A DIALOGUE FOR

COMMONWEALTH DAY

Main Exhibition Space

Monday 10 March (Commonwealth Day)

6.00

Identity and Community, where does it come

from? Anjum Anwar MBE and Canon Chris

Chivers, known internationally for their

dialogues and peace work, discuss and invite

comment on this key issue.

MOVING PICTURES:

COMMONWEALTH EXPERIENCE OF WAR

Main Exhibition Space

Sunday 9 March

1.30

A collection of short films looking at the

experience and contribution of Commonwealth

nations to the two world wars.

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Tickets: £6 Concessions: £4

COMMONWEALTH DAY

TOP LEFT

Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand © Brian Harris

BOTTOM LEFT

Arras Memorial and Fambourg D’Amiens Cemetery, France

© Brian Harris

ABOVE

Cassino, 16 March 1944 © Imperial War Museum

KEY

EXHIBITION

FILM

TOUR OR TALK

BOOKING REQUIRED

0161 836 4007 B


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A PLACE FOR FAMILIES

Visitors of all ages can get involved at Imperial War Museum

North through a range of tours and activities.

Most activities are free drop in sessions, but places may be

limited on the day. Unless otherwise stated, activities are suitable

for ages 5+. An adult must accompany children under 12 at

all times.

ALSO FOR FAMILIES

ACTION STATIONS 04

TIMESTACKS 04

PHOTOMOBILE 06


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FAMILY FUN DAY

Throughout the Museum

Saturday 16 February and

Sunday 30 March

12.00–4.00

A special day for families,

with a range of lively activities

including face painting,

craft sessions, short film

screenings, costumes and

much, much more.

HOTSPOTS

HotSpot station in Special

Exhibition Gallery or Main

Exhibition Space

Every Saturday and Sunday

Daily: 11–20 February;

20 March–4 April.

Lively HotSpot activities using

costume, craft and handling

objects to help you and your

family explore the Museum.

FAMILY ALBUM

Special Exhibitions Gallery

Wednesdays 13 and 20

February, 26 March, 2 April

Fridays 15 February, 21 and

28 March, 4 April

12.00–4.00

Make your own keepsake

album for treasured cards

and photos. Find out how to

protect your pictures and

keep them safe for the future.

FLOWER HOUR

Learning Studio

Saturdays 1 and 22 March

Wednesday 26 March

11.30–12.30, 1.30–2.30

Create a floral basket for

your loved ones, taking

inspiration from First World

War greeting cards.

Fresh flowers provided.

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ANIMALS AND WAR

Meet under the Harrier

Main Exhibition Space

Every Saturday and Sunday

1.30

Puppets and photographs

bring to life heroic and

heartwarming tales of animal

wartime bravery in this family

friendly tour.

Ideal for ages 4–11

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Action Station Symbols © Chris Harrison Photography

ABOVE

Action Stations The Trench © Chris Harrison Photography

KEY

ACTIVITY

TOUR OR TALK

BOOKING REQUIRED

0161 836 4007

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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

SECOND BREATH

Main Exhibition Space

Sunday 27 January

6.00

MOVING PICTURES:

MOMENTS AND MEMORIES

Main Exhibition Space

Saturday 26 January

1.45

Moving testimony of those

who survived the Holocaust

of the Second World War and

made lives for themselves in

the UK.

Join us for this short film with

an introduction by Dr Bea

Lewkowicz.

Produced by the Association

of Jewish Refugees.

www.ajr.org.uk

INSTRUMENTS OF SONG

Main Exhibition Space

Sunday 27 January

12.45

Reflections on the musical

heritage of Jewish and

nomadic cultures, an evocative

performance of Klezmer music

by violinist Michael Kahan

and Ros Hawley on clarinet.

A CLOSER LOOK: HOLOCAUST

MEMORIAL DAY

Meet in the Foyer

Saturday 26 and

Sunday 27 January

1.15

Explore the themes of the

day through artefacts, art

and literature.

A moving composition

reflecting on the life of Maurice

Blik, acclaimed sculptor and

child survivor of the Bergen-

Belsen concentration camp.

Brought together in an

arrangement of film and music,

the footage includes family

photographs, Maurice’s

sculptures and scenes of the

Holocaust. Set to an original

score by Alexander Balanescu,

performed live by the

Balanescu quartet.

Maurice Blik will be present

to take questions following

the performance.

The WaterShard café will

remain open until 6.00 for

refreshments.

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Tickets: £6 Concessions: £4

Ticket price includes parking


THE HOLOCAUST

Manchester Jewish Museum

Tuesday 12 February

7.30

A lecture by noted historian

and expert on the Nazi State,

Professor Sir Ian Kershaw.

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THE HOLOCAUST –

STRUCTURALISTS v

INTENTIONALISTS

Manchester Jewish Museum

Sunday 13 January

8.00

A talk by Mike Savage in

conjunction with the Jewish

Historical Society

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WHY DOES GENOCIDE

OCCUR?

Imperial War Museum North

Sunday 27 January

3.00

Renowned Holocaust lecturer

Mike Savage will discuss

the reasons why genocide

happens.

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IN FOCUS

A BRUSH WITH WINGS: AIRCRAFT IN CONFLICT

Learning Studio

Sunday 27 April

1.30

MEET THE ARTIST: REMEMBERED

Learning Studio

Friday 18 January

6.00

Explore the development of aircraft and how

they have been used in conflict with Ossie

Jones of the Manchester Aviation Art Society.

A Brush with Wings accompanies an exhibition

at Stockport Art Gallery 26 April – 24 May 2008.

Photographer Brian Harris discusses his work

and the Remembered project, looking at the

haunting landscapes of the Commonwealth

War Graves.

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Tickets: £4 Concessions: £3

Ticket price includes parking.

See also Remembered on page 09

LEFT

Shoes c0llected at Majdanek © Imperial War Museum

ABOVE

De Havilland D.H.2 fighter aircraft, 1915

© Eric Yuill/Manchester Aviation Society

RIGHT

Brian Harris

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FILM

PERFORMANCE

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BOOKING REQUIRED

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YOUR VISIT

OPENING TIMES

The Museum is open daily and admission is FREE.

10.00–6.00 (November – February 10.00 –5.00)

Closed 24, 25 and 26 December.

FOOD AND DRINK

The WaterShard Café offers a selection of hot dishes,

sandwiches, cakes and refreshments throughout the day.

The Green Room is available for picnic use on weekends and

school holidays (subject to availability).

MUSEUM SHOP

Choose from a fascinating range of books, DVDs, gifts,

specialist merchandise and learning resources. Call in or

visit our shop online at www.iwmshop.org.uk

TOP

Imperial War Museum North © McCoy Wynne Photography

ABOVE

IWM North Shop © Pauline Neild

TOP RIGHT

Group Visits © Pauline Neild

NEED EXTRA HELP?

We are continually developing

our staff and facilities to cater

for your needs. We offer:

• 6 manual wheelchairs available

for loan free of charge* (the

Museum is fully accessible

by wheelchair)

• Accessible toilets on the ground

floor and lifts to all floors

• Signed or descriptive tours,*

written copies of tours and

exhibition texts

• A warm welcome to

assistance dogs

• Induction loop systems at the

Information Desk, WaterShard

Café, shop counter and

Learning Studio

•16 designated parking spaces

for people with disabilities

(standard £4 charge applies)

There is a gently sloping floor

within the exhibition space.

*Subject to availability, please

call 0161 836 4000 or email

iwmnorth@iwm.org.uk for

further information.


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GROUP VISITS

We welcome group bookings from all types of schools, associations, or even just a group of friends.

Our school and college programme offers teachers a range of free services and resources,

teacher inset and museum-led sessions.

Our award winning groups programme offers packages including tours, talks and refreshments

with special rates for events.

Visits must be booked four weeks in advance. All groups of ten people or more can take

advantage of free services including:

• Personal meet and greet

• Cloakroom facilities

• Lunch facilities

• Coach parking and driver incentives

For more information please telephone 0161 836 4064 (Monday – Friday 9.00–5.00 excluding

Bank Holidays) or visit our website www.iwm.org.uk

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OBJECT DONATIONS

IWM North cannot accept objects brought

to us. To find out how you can offer material

please call 020 7091 3041.

Visit the other Imperial War Museum sites:

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM LONDON

020 7416 5320

MOVERS AND SHAPERS

Become a corporate member to give your

company branding and hospitality benefits,

contribute to the community and support our

innovative volunteers scheme. For further

details call 0161 836 4031.

IWM North Corporate Members:

BDP

Highlight Digital Imaging & Print Ltd

Manchester Airports Group

Muse Developments

PetPartners

Rensburg Sheppards

The Kennel Club

CORPORATE HIRE

If you are looking for an exciting venue for

your evening events you will find the ideal

space here. Visit www.iwm.org.uk/north or

call 0161 836 4042 for a brochure.

VOLUNTEERS

Over 230 local people have been involved in

the Museum’s innovative Volunteer Scheme.

For further details call the Volunteer Team on

0161 836 4081.

THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM IS A CHARITY

To make a donation online visit

www.iwm.org.uk/north. Thank you for

your support.

HMS BELFAST, LONDON

020 7940 6300

CHURCHILL MUSEUM AND

CABINET WAR ROOMS, LONDON

020 7930 6961

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM DUXFORD,

CAMBRIDGE

01223 835000

For more information go to www.iwm.org.uk

FRIENDS OF THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

Join the Friends of the Imperial War Museum

and keep in touch with museum activities

across our five sites. For more details call

020 7416 5320 or email friends@iwm.org.uk

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All Images © IWM

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Imperial War Museum North © McCoy Wynne photography


This leaflet is available in large

print. Call 0161 836 4000 or

email iwmnorth@iwm.org.uk

All Activities/Events unless stated are FREE.

Please call 0161 836 4000 or email iwmnorth@iwm.org.uk

for more information.

EXHIBITIONS

From 9 Feb

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ACTIVITY

EXHIBITION

FILM

PERFORMANCE

TOUR OR TALK

IDEAL FOR FAMILIES

BOOKING REQUIRED

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Contact: George Rodger’s

War Photographs 05

Until 10 March Remembered 09

From 15 March Fathers, Brothers, Sons 07

REGULAR EVENTS

Daily Big Picture Show * Every hour from 11.00 04

Daily Introducing the Museum * 11.30, 2.30 04

Daily Action Stations 04

Daily TimeStacks * 10.30, 12.30, 3.30 04

Every Mon, Wed, Fri A Closer Look 1.30 04

Every Tue & Thur Building on the Past 1.30 04

Every Sat & Sun Animals and War Tour 1.30 12

Every Sat & Sun Gallery HotSpots 12

JANUARY

Sun 6 Audio Descriptive Tour 3.00 –

Fri 18 Meet the Artist: Remembered B £ 6.00 14

Sat 26 Moving Pictures: Moments and Memories 1.45 13

Sat 26, Sun 27 A Closer Look: Holocaust Memorial Day 1.15 13

Sun 27 Instruments of Song 12.45 13

Sun 27 Why did Genocide Occur? B 3.00 14

Sun 27 Second Breath B £ 6.00 13

FEBRUARY

Sat 9, Sun 10 Meet the Curator: Contact 2.00, 3.00, 3.30 06

Mon 11–Wed 20 Gallery HotSpots 12

Wed 13, 20, Fri 15 Family Album 12.00–4.00 12

Fri 15, Sat 16 Photomobile B £ 10.15, 11.30, 1.30, 3.00 06

Sat 16 Family Fun Day 12.00–4.00 12

MARCH

Sat 1, 22 & Wed 26 Flower Hour B 11.30, 1.30 12

Sun 9

Moving Pictures: Commonwealth

Experience of War 1.30 10

Mon 10

Why War? A Dialogue for

Commonwealth Day B £ 6.00 10

From Thur 20 Gallery HotSpots 12

Wed 26, Fri 28 Family Album 12.00–4.00 12

Fri 28, Sat 29 Photomobile B £ 10.15, 11.30, 1.30, 3.00 06

Sun 30 Family Fun Day 12.00–4.00 12

Sun 30 Audio Descriptive Tour 3.00 –

APRIL

Until Fri 4 Gallery HotSpots 12

Wed 2, Fri 4 Family Album 12.00–4.00 12

Fri 18 Meet the Artist: Seamus Murphy B £ 6.00 08

Sat 19, Sun 20 Meet the Curator: Contact 2.00, 3.00, 3.30 06

Sun 27 A Brush with Wings 1.30 14

* BSL signed. See relevant page for further details.

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Mar–Oct (Nov–Feb 10.00–5.00)

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Closed 24–26 Dec.

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DIRECTIONS

BY TRAIN

Take the train to any central Manchester station and continue

by tram.

BY TRAM

Travel by Metrolink (Eccles Line). Alight at Harbour City

and follow signs to The Lowry. Cross the footbridge to the

Museum. (15 minute walk)

BY BUS

Take the 250 bus (Piccadilly to Trafford Centre). Alight at Elevator

Road, Trafford Park. Continue on foot to the Museum on

Trafford Wharf Road. For timetable enquiries call 0161 228 7811.

BY CAR OR COACH

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for people with disabilities and drop-off space for coaches.

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Way. At the next island take the 2nd exit onto Warren Bruce Road.

Turn right at the T-junction onto Trafford Wharf Road. Alternatively,

leave the M602 at Junction 2 and follow directional signage.

From Manchester City Centre approach via Regent Road or

Bridgewater Way and use the map above.

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