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Manchester

08 November 2012

1874 – Royal Exchange, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Mills & Murgatroyd The first Manchester cotton exchange opened in 1729 but closed by the end of the century. A second exhcnage by Thomas Harrison opened in 1809 and this was further...

11 June 2012

1908 – Wesleyan Sunday School, Newton Heath, Manchester

Architect: Smith & Matley Published in The Building News, November 20th 1908. For a time, used for services after the main church across the street was demolished due to dry rot. Later demolished.

09 April 2012

1877 – House, Northenden, Manchester

Architect: Bell & Roper The Residence of H. Schill esq., perspective view & ground plan published in The Building News, January 5th 1877.

29 March 2012

1846 – Platt Church, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Edmund Sharpe The architect’s second “pot church”, so-called because the main building material used in the construction of the church is terracotta. Terracotta is used as the facing material for both the...

26 January 2012

1885 – Presbyterian Chapel, Whalley Range, Manchester

Architect: Magnall & Littlewoods Proposed Presbyterian Chapel – perspective view, ground plan & interior – published in The Building News, December 25th 1885. Description from The Builder, October 24th 1885: On the 10th...

20 May 2011

1899 – The Drive, Kensal, Manchester

Architect: Ogden & Little “This group of two detached and four semi- detached houses has recently been erected for Mr. Richard Hankinson, from plans by and under the superintendence of Messrs. Ogden and...

02 February 2011

1876 – House at Northenden, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Bell & Roper Perspective View & Ground Plan published in The Building News, November 24th 1876. Designed for L.Ward esq.

02 February 2011

1876 – House at Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Ed Salomons Perspective View incuding Plans, designed for Capt. H.A.Bennett, and published in The Building News, October 13th 1876.

05 January 2011

1904 – Temperance Union, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons Published in The Building News, August 28th 1903: “This building, which willshortly be erected upon an excellent site in Deansgate and Bootle-street Manchester, will be composed of buff...