3 July 15 A wander about town in the sun, as you do. Sunny (obviously).
Also see here.
Munroe's Hotel, dominated by the recently completed Motel One.
Lawrence Buildings, Mount Street. Pennington and Brigden, 1874.
Doorway and base of an oriel window, Lawrence Buildings.
Statue of a unicorn at the door of Lawrence Buildings.
Statue of St. Andrew on the St. Andrews Chambers building,
Mount Street. George Tunstall Redmayne, 1872.
'Adrift' by John Cassidy, 1908. A life-sized bronze sculptural group of a family
on a raft on the rough sea, by the Irish-born sculptor John Cassidy. Intended
to illustrate the changes and sorrows experienced by human beings, it was
Manchester's first modern figurative outdoor sculpture. The inscription reads:
"Humanity adrift on the sea of life, depicting sorrows and dangers, hopes and
fears and embodying the dependence of human beings upon one another,
the response of human sympathy to human needs and the inevitable
dependence upon Divine Aid".
Manchester Town Hall and the footbridge
to the extension building, from Lloyd Street.
Mr Thomas's Chop House, Cross Street.
Albert Square during the Manchester International Festival.
Inside the Royal Exchange building, formerly a
commodity exchange, now a theatre.
The Royal Exchange theatre.
The commodity price display board as it was on the day trading ceased in 1968.