Oldham Street Manchester, Dry 201, Building Photos, Record Shop, Image, Designs
Oldham Street Manchester
Mancunian Architecture, northwest England, UK
17 Apr 2010
Manchester building photos © Adrian Welch 17 April 2010 + 2006:
Famous record shop with links to great DJ’s & musicians such as 808 State:
Opposite Affleck’s Palace this was a very cool place when I was buying records back in the Madchester days.
Dry 201 bar designed by architect Ben Kelly (famous for designing Manchester’s former Hacienda nightclub, ‘the Hac’):
Nearby record shops include Vinyl Exchange and Dry 201 bar was just a bit east up Oldham Street.
Oldham Street buildings vary in quality but tend to be 3 or 4 storeys in a fairly humble Victorian style.
Buildings a little to the north of Oldham Street in an area which is slowly being done up – or gentrified, former Manchester Fish Market:
Views of the canal area south of Oldham Street:
Burton Building, Oldham St, Manchester
Stephen Hodder Architects
Other examples of Manchester Architecture welcome
Oldham St forms part of the city’s historic Northern Quarter district. The Northern Quarter is dominated by buildings that were built before World War II.
Location:Oldham St, Manchester
Imperial War Museum Manchester – located southwest of the city centre in Salford
photo © Adrian Welch
Manchester City Stadium – located east of the city centre
photo © Dennis Gilbert, VIEW
Buildings / images for the Oldham St Manchester page welcome
Oldham Street Manchester – page
Website: Visit Manchester