English: Postbox No. M4 127 53°29′0.68″N 2°14′36.39″W / 53.4835222°N 2.2434417°W / sited in Corporation Street, Manchester, carries a memorial plaque referencing the 1996 Manchester bombingThe brass plaque carries the inscription «This postbox remained standing almost undamaged on June 15, 1996 when this area was devastated by a bomb.
Twenty years after an IRA bomb injured 200 people and wrecked part of central Manchester, people remember a red postbox that survived the blast. It was one of the few things left standing after
Manchester bombing: Postbox is reminder of IRA attack 20 years ago. The postbox is fitted with a memorial plaque, but is familiar to many of those who recall the bombing.
The 1996 Manchester bombing was an attack carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) on Saturday 15 June 1996. The IRA detonated a 1,500-kilogram (3,300 lb) Lorry bomb on Corporation Street in the centre of Manchester , England.
Date: 15 June 1996, 11:17 (BST)
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When a 3,300-pound IRA bomb exploded in the center of Manchester, England on June 15, 1996, this post box survived almost unscathed by the blast. It became a small but mighty symbol for resilience
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The Mitchell Memorial Hall was lost in the Manchester Blitz, and the 1907 building has been extended to fill the whole block. A further Classical sandstone building on Corporation Street to the north of Hanover Street is owned by the CWS.
south end: Market Street
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