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Medlock Street off Liverpool Street, Manchester

Woollam Place and Medlock Street were next to each other, opposite Liverpool Road Station and leading down to the Castlefield Canal Basin. The houses on Medlock Street appear to have been very small, hence the move to the slightly bigger houses on Woollam Place.

Woollam Place off Liverpool Street, Manchester  Woollam Place off Liverpool Street, Manchester

Two views of Woollam Place, just off Liverpool Road, opposite the Liverpool Road Railway Station Museum. On the right is the street sign on a new building, on the left is the road itself going under the railway arches. In 1901 the terrace of housing would have started on the left just on the bend (where the cars are on the pavement) and appears to have extended right under the railway line, there were no houses on the right hand side. At the left of the photograph you can just see the corner of The Commercial Hotel, which is also shown in the 1896 OS map.

Liverpool Street, Manchester

This is Liverpool Road, Manchester, opposite the more frequently photographed Liverpool Road Station, and shows both Medlock Street and Woollam Place. At the far end of the restored building is the Commercial Hotel.


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