The sign belongs to the Manchester public house now known as New York New York.
On the corner of Bloom Street and Abingdon Street in Manchester's "Gay Village", the pub has a long tradition of being a "gay bar".
Back in the days when the "Village" didn't really exist, it was a Wilson's house called simply the "New York".
See this photograph from the 1950s
Here is a detail of the Abingdon Street corner of the building. Across the street, Bloom Street has been reduced to "Loom Tree".
Compare with this photograph from the 1970s and another from 1986.
For more information visit the Pubs of Manchester website.
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