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The residential street where police found a nail bomb on Thursday is in Patricroft in the Eccles area of Salford just west of Manchester.
The road is lined with mostly two-storey terraced homes and is a short walk from Eccles training station.
Manchester Evening News reports that a number of the surrounding roads were cordoned off on Thursday, including Parr Street, Ivy Street, Fir Street and Lewis Street.
Police have also revealed they recovered "several items of literature which could be viewed by some as potentially inflammatory" from a house in Salford on Thursday.
The material was reported to be extreme right-wing leaflets.
Army bomb disposal officers were called to safely remove a nail bomb found at a terraced house in Salford last week.
A cordon was put in place and a number of residents were evacuated to a local school as a precautionary measure.
"Specialist officers assessed the device and were later able to confirm it was no longer a threat to the community," a police statement said.
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Greater Manchester Police also said a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of possessing abusive images.
It follows a search at an address in Salford where police also found a suspicious device on Thursday.
The man has been bailed pending further enquiries.
A British soldier has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a suspicious device was found at an address in Salford.
The 19-year-old was arrested by military police in Germany before being handed to Greater Manchester Police.
It follows the discovery of a suspicious device at an address on Mellor Street in Patricroft, Salford on Thursday 28th November, which led to a temporary evacuation of nearby houses.
The man has now been bailed until January.