Neil Roland - Gallery 23
Manchester - A Sideways Glance

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The Wheel

Different views of the Manchester wheel in daylight, at night and reflected in Selfridges and Harvey Nichols.

Greengate Baths, Salford

This was Manchester's first public baths, built in 1855 by the Manchester and Salford baths and laundry Co. it was designed by Thomas Worthington, (1823 to 1909), who also designed the Chorlton Workhouse, the Albert Memorial and Minshull Street Crown Court. It was built straight after the demolition of the Salford Workhouse which was demolished in 1853 at the site on the junction of Collier Street and Rolla Street. It is now in desperately poor condition. This seven piece, black and white study shows it in its final stages of decay, with all the splendid architectural detail stripped back to evoke the last days of this fascinating building. One section shows the original Rolla Street road sign, still there after a century and a half.

City of Circles

A collection of domes, spheres and circles unique to Manchester:
The domed stained glass roof of Victoria Station's dining rooms, roundel windos at Manchester Town Hall; the entrance at UMIST; Atlas Chambers, King Street; The Portico; 31 Princess St.; Manchester Science Museum entrance; The Chemistry building; Royal Exchange dome surrounding the Peace Sculpture, St. Peter's Square.

An Eye on Castlefield

Girl Reading. Manchester Central Library - North Staircase

Sun and Shadow, Manchester Town Hall

Bee Afraid. Manchester Town Hall

Dreaming by the window. Manchester Town Hall

Italian Girl in stripes. Manchester Town Hall

Stairway to Reading Heaven. North Staircase, Central Library, Manchester

Hidden, Town Hall

Eyes of an Owl, staircase, Manchester Town Hall

The Midland Hotel in Barbirolli Square

Chethams in a Tuba

The 15th century courtyard at Manchester City Centre’s only medieval manor house reflected in a tuba from the renowned music school

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