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This neo-Gothic masterpiece was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and completed in 1887. At the front main entrance sits a statue of the Roman Governor, Agricola, founder of the original fort of Mamuciam, from which the city began. The building...more
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I had custody of my son for the weekend so I decided to take him out in the big city. One of the stops was Manchester Town Hall, we didn't actually go inside as I was really leathered (I have been hitting the bottle a...More
The location and setting of this magnificent piece of neo-gothic architecture, facing Albert Square to the north, and Saint Peters Square to the south, with the Cenotaph, correctly positioned,dedicated to those,we should never forget, facing its southern entrance.
Cruickshank described it as " arguable, the...More
Visited on 31 July 18. Unfortunately, it was closed for public entries due to ongoing refurbishment. It will open in 2024, so long way to go.
From outside, it is stunning looking building incorporating Victorian gothic style design.
Frustratingly, even better designed interiors couldn't be...More
This is a beautiful building, now closed for major works.
It is, when open, a working building which explains why it is not possible to allow public access to the whole of the building when it was open.I am not a mancunian by birth, but...More
Hard to believe that that there were plans to demolish this in the post war clean up! phew! stunning building, payed for by a collective of philanthropists from the industrial revolution era. Currently closed for refurbishment to prevent a bill as big as parliaments. I...More