Neil Roland - Gallery 13
Manchester Images: Exhibition

Each picture is from a limited edition of 50 and is printed from the artist's original photographs. Each one is titled and signed by the artist.

For prices and framing options, please email the artist at neil@neilroland.co.uk or telephone Neil on 07792 365 437

Please note that the size, colours and quality of the pictures on this page have been reduced for web viewing and do not accurately represent the detail and vivid colours of the actual photographs


King Street/Cross Street in a Punto


Central Library in Hubcap


Reform Club, King Street in a BMW


Manchester University


Manchester University with red bus


Doors of Manchester

top left: Hidden Gem Church office; 186 Waterloo Place, Oxford Road (University of Manchester; 56 Thomas Street, Northern Quarter; Manchester City Art Gallery; Crown Court, Minshull St., ; Congregational Church House, Deansgate, Court; 21, St. John Street.
top right: Cavendish Street, where Fifth Pan African Conference held in 1945 ; Manchester Law Library, Kennedy St.; Coroner's Court, Picadilly; 11, St. John st.; Chepstow House, 61 Faulkner St., Chinatown; Deansgate station gate.
Centre left: Chetham's (former Manchester Grammar School; Ritz, Whitworth St.; Lindencourt House, Charlotte St; 27, Byrom Street; 13 St. John St.; Ship Canal House, King Street; Lower Ormond St. MMU Bellhouse, External Relations; Massey Chambers; 59, Faulkner St. (Chinese Education Culture Centre); Albert Jones, Richmond St.; Canada House, 3, Chepstow Street.
Centre right: Hanging Bridge Chambers, opposite Cathedral; The Central Hall, Oldham St.; J&J Shaw, New Wakefield St.; auction house, Deansgate; UMIST entrance; 15 St. John St.; 10, Canal Street; Peveril of the Peak, Chepstow St.; 15, Richmond House, Bloom St.; Hotspur House, Cambridge Street.
Bottom left: Edgar Wood building, Daisybank Road; 25 Byrom St.; 101 Princess St.; 3, Stevenson Square; Mr. Thomas's Chop House, Cross St.; 18 St. John St.; City Police Headquarters, Bootle St.; Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square; Malmaison (Joshua Hoyle Building.)
Bottom right: Canada House, CHepstow St.; 23 St. John St.; Cavendish St.; Sam's Chop House, Chapel Walks; 48 George House, George St.; former Revenue office; Armani, King Street; Foundry Lane, behind band on the Wall; Peveril of the Peak, Chepstow Street; The Railway pub, Cornbrook Road, South Castlefield.


Best Foot Forward

from top left in rows: Fraser, Albert Square; servant foot, Wellington Statue, Picadilly; Wellington; Queen Victoria's toe, Picadilly Gardens; The fallen Soldier, St. Ann's Square; Joule, Manchester Town Hall; Sir Humphrey Chetham, Manchester Cathedral; Alan Turing, Breaker of the Enigma Code, Sackville Park; Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Square; Sir Humphrey Chetham; Dalton; King Edward V11, Whitworth Park

The Picture House
The Oxford Road Picture House - classic arts and crafts terracotta detail in the city


Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate
a three section picture of the great northern warehouse, reputedly the longest unbroken Victorian building in Britain, as reflected in a black Porsche car on Deansgate


Manchester Town Hall and Albert Square
Manchester Town Hall's clock tower reflected in the roof of a Manchester cab - the picture being hung upside down.


Old New New Old, Higher Broughton
Modernity is demolished while ancient traditions live on: This block of flats stood just off Bury New Road between Northumberland Street and Broom Lane. It overlooked the orthodox Jewish community. Now it has been demolished for urban regeneration. The picture shows the last ten days of its existence, as it was demolished layer by layer revealing the myriad colours of its interior walls.


Well Read Manchester: The City's Libraries

Manchester's gorgeous libraries consist of and contain some of the most beautiful elements of the city. This picture shows the interior of John Ryland's Library, sculpture of Henriqueta Augustina Rylands, stained glass windows at Central Library, and the sun setting on the facade of Central Library, the stained glass ceiling at Manchester Law Library, Kennedy Street, with some of its ancient texts, the hand-painted dome at The Portico Library, Charlotte Street, and the ionic-topped columns rat The Portico and a hallway at the ancient Chetham's Library.

Welcome! Manchester's Doorbells

Original doorbells and knockers on St. John Street (far left and next left), The Palace Hotel (Refuge Assurance, Whitworth Street facade), St. John Street; Minshull Street Court.

Red Brick City


Time on Your Hands in Manchester

All the city centre's clocks, including: Manchester Royal Infirmary, Victoria Station, St. Ann's Church, H.Samuel, Market Street, Manchester Town Hall, St. George's, Castlefield, Manchester Cathedral, Institute Cervantes, Deansgate, Debenhams, Market St., St. Jeames's Buildings, Oxford Street, G-Mex, The Palace Hotel, 100 Quay St., outside Granada TV, Central Library (interior), The Portico Library (interior), St. Mary's Hospital, Mappin & Webb, St. Ann Street, Shambles Square, Manchester Corporation Trams, Princess Parkway, Hancock's, King Street, Royal & Sun ALliance, Crown Court, Minshull Street.

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