Neil Roland - Gallery 25 Manchester Individual Images
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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
The gorgeous stained glass in the
contemporary windows which really bring the 15th century Manchester Cathedral
Central library is seen here in the wing mirror of an old motorbike parked opposite The Midland Hotel.
Manchester Town Hall is reflected in offices. Look
carefully, and see two people working in their office, seemingly right in the
top of the Town Hall Tower.
Central Library in the Lexicon
Central Library is photographed at
8pm on a summers evening in the Lexicon (formerly Television House) on
Sea of Slippers on the Curry Mile
slippers are lit at night outside a Punjabi shop on Rusholmes Curry
United Red Letter Day
The stadium at Old Trafford is reflected in
the glass panels of the offices opposite the cafes and shops connected to
Manchester United. Above them, the stadium rises up. The picture is printed in
reverse so all the lettering reads the right way around.
The iconic Manchester United neon on the
façade of the stadium is reflected in a puddle beneath, then printed in
reverse. This image works well linked with others too.
Signs Written Red
All the signs of the cafes, streets and shops
outside the Old Trafford Stadium. This can be an individual, stand alone
picture, or can be incorporated into a larger Red Manchester
Pride in Battle
The City Stadium. An angle of the Eastlands City
Stadium with the slogan Pride in Battle at the centre.
Colliery Street in Beswick with its untouched
Victorian houses, mercifully not yet destroyed with UPVC windows or B&Q
doors . Forgotten amid the bustle of the city, and the unnoticed by the
crowds attending matches at the City Stadium just a few yards away.
Stockings for Girls Socks for Boys
This was a window display at
Manchesters Debenhams. It seemed so English that the otherwise
naked mannequins should keep socks and stockings on. Despite having no heads,
they are all staring at a screw on the floor. (only visible in the blown up
Britannia Mill, Castlefield
Here, Britannia Mill in Castlefield
is reflected in the bonnet and windscreen of a BMW Z|4, the picture then being
Wallpaper on Tib Street
Along Tib Street in the Northern Quarter,
a Victorian house was demolished, leaving the interior walls of that house open
to the elements. For a while, before the weather ripped it to shreds, the
ancient, forgotten wallpapers of decades past fluttered in the breeze, captured
Canal Street in a Puddle
Canal Street seen reflected in a puddle
right down to the Minshull Street Courts at the end. I have a large range of
pictures from around Canal Street and the Village. To view, please call Neil on
07792 365 437.
Manchester Fire Brigade Head Quarters
The long-drawn out battle
to get the fabulous old Fire Station opposite Picadilly Train Station back into
action in some way goes on. Meanwhile, its sensational architecture
remains dusty and often overlooked, but completely gorgeous in its alluring
Central Station Clock in Barbirolli Square
Brown Street from King Street
Great Northern Tower & Central Station in Barbirolli
Great Northern Tower in Barbirolli Square
Whitworth Hall, Manchester University after Flash Flood
in a huge puddle, corner of Brunswick Street, then shown upside down).
Two pictures, back to back and turned on their sides
to give an image of elegant simplicity
Snow Not Sand, Cheshire
Here, what looks like warm waters lapping
a pure beach is actually two pictures showing sky and a snowy field edge close
to Delamere, Cheshire. One picture is simply butted up to the other, one upside
Manchesters Tallest Building with Bird
The huge Beetham
Tower with the Hilton Hotel is shown from a different perspective - dwarfed
here by Cambridge Mill, and even the street lamp. A bird flies through the
Swans on the Irwell, Salford Quays
5am, the sun lights three of
them, the others remain in pure blue shadows
Masonic Hall, Manchester
Pictured as it appeared in a massive
puddle on St. Marys Parsonage
Manchester University (portrait image).
Seated on the Roof tops, Picadilly
A stone man in a floppy hat
sits on the roof top at Picadilly, opposite the multi storey car park. Who has
noticed him for over 100 years?
Century Buildings, St. Mary's Parsonage.
Reflection of both the
Victorian and newer buildings reflected in windows on opposite side of St.
Mary's Parsonage. Century Buildings were originally National Buildings, the
name still marked in the stone.
Looking into the Express Building
Reflection into the Express
Newspaper building off Great Ancoats Street, Manchester.
The Arndale and The Wheel
An evening view of the Manchester
Wheel, set in context by the lit-up Arndale behind.
The Triangle (Corn Exchange) in Exchange Square
The dome of the
former Corn Exchange repeats here in the curving glass of Harvey Nichols store
at Exchange Square.
The Arndale Centre
The Arndale tower shimmers here, in reflection
in urbis. Note the red wording 'Arndale' turns liquid in
New Life On Hulme Street
A view from Oxford Road down Hulme
Street towards Cambridge Street.
Rochdale Canal, Manchester (1)
The bridge over the Rochdale Canal
at Deansgate Locks on a snowy day.
Urbis in the sun
A straight view up at Urbis on a bright, sunny
Albert Mill - Sun after the Rain
This is a reflection in a huge
post-storm puddle in Ellesmere Road, south of Castlefield. The picture is
presented upside down, so view is purely of reflection in the water. the
hoardings are Urban Splash's before they begin restoration of the old mill
Rochdale Canal, Manchester (2)
Central Manchester bridge
reflection in the Rochdale Canal.
Barton Arcade - convex or concave?
The dome of the 1870s Barton
Arcade appears to be Convex in this picture - but is concave, as taken from
No. 1 Deansgate
The afternoon sun glints gold, and reflects the
tower of the Royal Exchange onto the glass wall of No. 1 Deansgate.
The Old Manchester Grammar School - now Chetham's
Urbis, this is the old Manchester Grammar School buildings (before the school
moved south of the city centre). It is now part of Chetham's.
John Ryland's Library
The Deansgate Library before its closure
for refurbishment, reflected in the building opposite.