IMAGES TAKEN NEAR TO
Warwick Street, M1 1AU

Introduction

This page details the photographs taken nearby to Warwick Street, M1 1AU by members of the Geograph project.

The Geograph project started in 2005 with the aim of publishing, organising and preserving representative images for every square kilometre of Great Britain, Ireland and the Isle of Man.

There are currently over 7.5m images from over14,400 individuals and you can help contribute to the project by visiting https://www.geograph.org.uk

Image Map


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Image Listing (1769 Images Found)

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A French couple on Warwick Street
On the corner of Spear Street and Warwick Street Image] is this incredible stencil of a French elderly couple. The piece was created by artist C215 http://www.streetartbio.com/c215 as part of the Cities of Hope street art convention.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 4 May 2017
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Murals behind the building work
This building site on Oldham Street was originally home to the Dobbins fancy drapery shop. http://manchesterhistory.net/architecture/1930/dobbies.html The art-deco United Building Image in its latter years was home to "Mr Ryan's World Famous 2nd Hand Shop". It was demolished after a fire in 2013 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-22121085 Despite a local campaign to turn the site into a pocket park http://parkstarter.com/ it was allowed to become a temporary car park Image Now Kempton Homes are constructing two mixed used buildings providing 100 apartments with basement parking for 100 cycles and ground floor commercial units. https://www.skyscrapercity.com/threads/76-82-oldham-street-northern-quarter-8-5-fl-u-c.1947139/ On the left is 22 Bees for Manchester Image Completed in June 2017 on the side of the Koffee Pot cafe it is a memorial to those who died in the Arena bombing. On the right is a mural by Dale Grimshaw http://www.dalegrimshaw.com/ Dale took part in the Cities of Hope event as a special guest. Here he realised one of his iconic, tribal portraits, which is dedicated to those fighting for independence in West Papua Image Once the building work is completed no doubt the murals will no longer be visible. This photograph was only possible by peering through a gap in the fencing/scaffolding surrounding the site.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 29 Aug 2020
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Oldham Street
Development alongside Oldham Street.
Image: © Peter McDermott Taken: 8 Sep 2020
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Street Art on Spear Street and Warwick Street
Several of the pieces of street art in this area of the Northern Quarter were completed as part of the Cities of Hope street art convention. These include C215's http://www.streetartbio.com/c215 stencil of a French couple on Warwick Street Image and one of Dale Grimshaw's http://www.dalegrimshaw.com/ tribal portraits dedicated to those fighting for independence in West Papua Image
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 4 May 2017
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Portrait on Spear Street
On the back of building on Spear Street Image] is a mural by Dale Grimshaw http://www.dalegrimshaw.com/ Dale took part in the Cities of Hope event as a special guest. Here he realised one of his iconic, tribal portraits, which is dedicated to those fighting for independence in West Papua.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 4 May 2017
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Spear Street
Graffiti being applied on Spear Street.
Image: © Peter McDermott Taken: 9 Sep 2018
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Spear Street
New development alongside Spear Street.
Image: © Peter McDermott Taken: 30 Dec 2019
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New mural on Oldham Street: Under construction
A new mural is being painted on the gable end of the Koffee Pot on Oldham Street. It is a work in progress. When completed it will feature 22 bees representing the 22 people who died in the Manchester Arena bombing.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 3 Jun 2017
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22 Bees for Manchester
This newly created mural on Oldham Street consists of 22 bees and a heart around Manchester. The bee is a symbol of Manchester and 22 is the number of people who were killed at a concert in the city on 22nd May 2017. Work started on the mural on 3rd June Image and it was completed the following day.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 7 Jun 2017
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Construction Site on Oldham Street
This building site on Oldham Street, which in recent years has been used as a car park Image, is being developed by Kempton Homes who are constructing two mixed used buildings (https://www.skyscrapercity.com/threads/76-82-oldham-street-northern-quarter-8-5-fl-u-c.1947139/ Skyscraper City). Previously, the site was home to the art-deco United Building Image which originally housed Dobbins fancy drapery shop (http://manchesterhistory.net/architecture/1930/dobbies.html Manchester History Net) and in its later years became "Mr Ryan's World Famous 2nd Hand Shop". It was demolished after a fire in 2013 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-22121085 BBC News) and became a temporary car park. This view is from Warwick Street; for an alternative view, from Oldham Street, see Peter McDermott’s photo Image For a closer look at, and more information about, the bee mural (which will soon be obscured by the new building) see Image
Image: © David Dixon Taken: 16 Sep 2020
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