One of the pictures to be seen until 7th July at my exhibition 'There's a Rainbow in the Road' at Salford Museum and Art Gallery
Manchester Modernist Society says:
"Things to note about the Mancunian Way: it doesn’t have any junction numbers; the speed limit is 50mph; it was designed to improve flow of traffic but simultaneously impedes pedestrian access; and most bizarre of all – it’s built on a fault line – resulting in serious consequences for the rigidly engineered structure should there be an earthquake in Manchester. (It’s constantly monitored to ensure that no cracks are developing)"
A2 Mixed media on paper