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Author: Jimmy

The holy grail of Manchester, even with Gone close to tears with how they have treated it, it's certainly going up on the list as one of my favourite explores to date.

Built between 1933-1935 and is currently a Grade II listed building. The Brainchild of Sir Edwin Lutyens is constructed of Portland Stone around a steel frame and is built in an Art-Deco style. Originally the buildings purpose was to operate as Midland Bank and was so until the 90's when HSBC took over, rumour has it Jamie Oliver is about to ruin it; the evidence is already there inside.


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