The EM60 Trivial Enquiry Bureau (#3, August 2020)

Another chance to look at what you have been searching for on East of the M60’s – plus our ‘very’ human powered responses

“How did I get here?” Yes, David Byrne could have been talking about East of the M60 had it existed in 1980. We probably would have pulled Xanadu to pieces after seeing it at the Stalybridge Palace. Or we would have been telling folk about this great musician who appeared on Piccadilly Radio’s Nightbeat programme. In our last look back in November 2018, Cob Coaling and East of the M60 topped our ten search strings.

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The EM60 Trivial Enquiry Bureau (#2, November 2018)

Once again, East of the M60’s creator responds to your searches

Some time ago on East of the M60, we looked at a selection of search terms that were used to find your way to our blog. This was our June 2016 blog post which answered questions on the William Andrew Swimming Baths in Dukinfield, Richard Tompkins (the founder of Argos), and Silvio’s coffee shop in Oldham.

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The EM60 Trivial Enquiry Bureau: Your Questions Answered (#1)

NEW: East of the M60’s creator responds to your searches

East of the M60, as with countless other blogs and websites, uses a Content Management System. Also known as CMS to its friends, they make web design and development easy for many people.

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