February 27, 2012 Salford Star
THE VERY FINAL END OF SALFORD MARKET
The venue for Salford’s outdoor market, including the flea and car boot markets which were shut down in January, were finally bulldozed this week.
Despite petitions to try and save the flea and the car boot markets, the stalls which have stood for over thirty years were cleared to make way for what appears to be a car park and a large retail unit.
Stalls that previously hosted Salford’s flea and car boot markets were bulldozed this week, marking the end of era for the city.
The famous second hand markets, axed by Salford Precinct owners Salford Estates at the end of January, have not been offered an alternative venue, as yet. The market venue has been bulldozed to make way for a car park and a large retail unit.
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