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Manchester

22 November 2010

1895 – Labourer’s Dwellings, Oldham Road, Manchester

Architect: Spalding & Cross Designed for the Corporation of Manchester, perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, December 13th 1895.

21 October 2010

1887 – The Dining Room, Victoria Hotel, Manchester

Architect: William Dawes Published in The Architect, December 9th 1887.

22 September 2010

1880 – Household Stores Association, Manchester

Architect: Mangnall & Littlewoods Perspective view published in The Building News, January 16th 1880.

10 August 2010

1893 – Artisans Dwellings, Salford, Manchester

Architect: Walter R. Sharp First premiated design for County Borough of Salford. Rear elevation & general front view including ground & 2nd floor plans as published in The Building News, July 14th 1893.

30 June 2010

1934 – Manchester Central Library

Architect: Vincent Harris The design was the result of a competition held in 1927 for a new library and town hall extension. Constructed between 1930 and 1934 in a traditional neoclassical form. Inspired...

04 May 2010

1895 – House for Dr. Brown, Higher Broughton, Manchester

Architect: Charles Heathcote Published in The Building News, March 1st 1895.

01 February 2010

1873 – Wholesale & Fish Markets, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Speakman, Son and Hickson / Mangnall & Littlewood Manchester Corporation decided in the early 1870s to replace the city’s main fish market in Strangeways with a new one located near Shudehill, close...

09 December 2009

1886 – ‘Stoneacre’, Swinton, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: J. Langham Designed and built for Dr. O’Grady around 1885-86. Published in The Building News, February 5th 1886.

03 December 2009

1888 – High Altar & Reredos, Church of the Holy Name, Manchester

Architect: Joseph Hansom The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus is located on Oxford Road in the heart of Manchester University’s campus in Manchester. It was built between 1869 and 1871 and...