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It also leads to the "Spider Bridge", which is suspended by cables and goes under the viaduct as it crosses the river. These steps are now closed, and the "gallery shops" are not used any more. Kerry could have come down here on her way to Victoria Quays. She would have got to the upper level by going up a ramp to a footbridge across a road farther up the hill.
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On reflection, the steps leading down from Fitzalan Square to Bakers Hill would have made a more atmospheric photo. When Victoria Quays was newly restored, it was hoped that it would become a fashionable meeting place. The reality nowadays, as you can see, is somewhat different. There was a route on to the towpath there, she remembered. If I were to do this photograph again, I would want to show the ramp on the left that connects the towpath to the road.
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I don't like this picture. It is closed now, but was still open when I took the photos, although very run down. Years ago it used to be popular with students. The building behind the church is part of the renovated Hyde Park flats complex. Park Hill cannot be seen as it is hidden by the newer buildings just beyond the tram bridge.
I used to go there in about or so because it was the cheapest curry in Sheffield and the quality was very reasonable for the price; they had wholemeal chapatis for a start.
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It really did have Formica-topped tables, and unless you asked, you were not provided with cutlery; there was a wash-basin in the main body of the restaurant for washing the hands before eating. A Google search reveals that it has gone a bit upmarket in recent years and now uses tablecloths.
I haven't been able to find a house that is an exact prototype for Maggie's house yet. There are several possibles, and these two photos are the best matches so far.
I think it might be made up from a mixture of several real places. The word "gennel" pronounced "jenn'l" is a local word for a short and narrow public pathway or a tunnel through houses for access to the back. In some parts of the country such things are called "twittens". My own theory is that "gennel" is a corruption of "general", as in "general passageway", hence it being spellt with a "g" rather than a "j". Maybe, maybe not.
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In fact, she probably would have gone to Vittles which is further down the road and not visible. The canal looked gentle and benign here, not a place of torture and violent death. The bright colours and the lights seemed to emphasize its windswept bleakness.