Manchester Central Convention Complex is an exhibition and conference centre that used to be Manchester Central Railway Station. It was designed by Sir John Fowler, this station was the northern terminus for services to London St Pancras. The structure has a distinctive arched roof with a 64-metre span - the second-largest railway station roof span in the United Kingdom.
In May 1969, it was closed to passengers and became an abandoned railway station. However in 1982 it was renovated as an exhibition centre formerly known as the G-MEX Centre. The venue host conferences, exhibitions and is Manchester's secondary large concert venue.
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