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Late 20th Century Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Late 20th Century collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Wallsend Deneside School RAC01_06_06
Wallsend Deneside School RAC01_06_06
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Sunderland St Bedes School RAC01_01_06_05
Sunderland St Bedes School RAC01_01_06_05
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Sunderland St Bedes School RAC01_01_06_03
Sunderland St Bedes School RAC01_01_06_03
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Blyth Swimming Pool RAC01_01_04_13
Blyth Swimming Pool RAC01_01_04_13
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Alnwick Surgery RAC01_01_04_05
Alnwick Surgery RAC01_01_04_05
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Wallsend Deneside School RAC01_06_12
Wallsend Deneside School RAC01_06_12
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Regent Theatre Hanley NWC01_01_0211
Regent Theatre Hanley NWC01_01_0211
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St Margarets York AA42_08685
St Margarets York AA42_08685
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Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751
Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751
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Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751 Featured Image

Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751

WATTS WAREHOUSE, PORTLAND STREET, MANCHESTER. A detailed view of Watts Warehouse, now the Brittania Hotel, showing three bays of the basement to second floor. Formerly a general warehouse built between 1851 and 1865 by Travis and Mangnall, the building has since become a hotel. It has five storeys with a basement and roof pavilions, 23 bays to the east and west, and seven bays to the south. The south facade has rustication up to the second floor, with round-headed ground floor windows with voussoirs and keystones. The first floor has four pane sash windows with balustraded balconies and decorated pediments. The second floor windows are supported by three slim columns. In the image the basement windows have been bricked up and the upper floors have blackout fabric.
The building was bought in 1979 to be renovated into a hotel

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