Newton Street, MANCHESTER, M1 1EW


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On Lever St
Image: © N Chadwick Taken: 21 Mar 2015
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The Lord Nelson (1), 88 Newton Street
A late Victorian pub, originally The Lord Nelson Hotel, and with the date 1895 above the entrance door. It is located just off Great Ancoats Street, on the corner of Newton Street and Houldsworth Street. It is perhaps surprising it has survived, when so much else has gone from around here, and more seems likely to disappear too. Manchester is mushrooming so fast, it is in danger of forgetting its past. Image Image
Image: © P L Chadwick Taken: 2 May 2010
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The Lord Nelson (2), 88 Newton Street
At the time of this photograph, May 2010, the building was for sale. For more photos, please see this link:- Image
Image: © P L Chadwick Taken: 2 May 2010
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The Lord Nelson (3) - sign, 88 Newton Street
Named after the famous Lord Nelson, whose victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 is still remembered. There are many pubs named after him, and this one wasn't opened until 90 years after his death. An impressive portrait. There is also a similar one on one of the building's corners. For other photos:- Image
Image: © P L Chadwick Taken: 2 May 2010
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Development in Ancoats.
Image: © Peter McDermott Taken: 25 Jun 2016
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Demolition of buildings off Ancoats Street in preparation for commencement of the construction of the M-ONE CENTRAL residential development.
Image: © Peter McDermott Taken: 10 Apr 2016
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Junction of Newton Street with Great Ancoats Street
Looking straight ahead is Newton Street. The Lord Nelson pub is on the left. Image Image
Image: © P L Chadwick Taken: 2 May 2010
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Former sorting office
The loading area on Houldsworth Street for the former sorting office on Newton Street. Now used as a garage for residents of the apartments into which the former Newton Street post office was converted.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 7 Oct 2017
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Houldsworth Street
The bee mural Image appeared in the autumn of 2017. The artist is unknown.
Image: © Gerald England Taken: 27 May 2021
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Manchester, Newton Street Post and Sorting Office
A large, mainly Edwardian building which dates from 1909 and occupies a large plot of land between Faraday Street and Houldsworth Street incorporating a large sorting office annexe (1965-8) on the Lever Street side (at the back as we look at this photograph). Today the major part of the building has been converted into a residential complex known as The Sorting House and it features a Japanese style communal area. Until recently the Faraday Street end of the building (nearest to the camera) was still used as a Crown Post Office but that is now also closed with a notice inside the doorway proclaiming that “the Post Office has moved to Piccadilly Gardens”.
Image: © David Dixon Taken: 11 Jun 2015
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