Mink Machine

Manchester - On the shoulder of giants

Following the footsteps of Morrissey in Manchester and Ian Curtis in Macclesfield.

  • Photographers of the world unite

    This street corner was immortalized in 1986 with a photo from The Smiths album The Queen Is Dead.

    [Salsford Lads Club]

  • Where it all began

    Sex Pistols held two infamous gigs at the upper floor in 1976, which inspired a lot of upcoming artists in the audience such as Morrissey, Ian Curtis and Tony Wilson.

    [Free Trade Hall]

  • Love will tear us apart

    [Macclesfield cemetary]

  • Ashes to ashes

    [Ida at Macclesfield cemetary]

  • End of the line

    The house where Ian Curtis ended his life on May 18, 1980.

    [Reine at 77 Barton Street, Macclesfield]

  • Intersection

    [Deansgate]

  • Epic place for a cup of black

    [The Koffee Pot]

  • Barebone

    [Brewdog]

  • One for the road

    The impressive menu. The last two took a bit of time to muster.

    [Brewdog]

  • One for the road

    Tactical Nuclear Penguin. Nuff said.

    [Brewdog]

  • Just saying

    [Short Street]

  • Beneath the arches

    [Town Hall]

  • Happy New Year

    [Reine and Ida]

  • Epic place for a cup of black

    [The Koffee Pot]

  • The narrows

    [Short Street Alley]

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