Manchester UK

Major Listed Buildings in Manchester (4)


Alphabetical Listings …continued

Listed by Street Name:

A B
C D
E F
G H
J K
L M
N O
P Q
R S
T U
V W
Y


O

Old Church Street, Newton Heath:
– Church of All Saints. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Railings & gateways to churchyard of Church of All Saints.
Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Old Hall Lane, Rusholme:
– Behrens Hall, formerly Ashburne Hall. Grade II, listed 20
Jun 1988.

Oldham Road, Ancoats:
– 2, Crown & Kettle Pub. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Victoria Square – formerly Victoria Buildings. Grade II, listed
20 Jun 1988.

Oldham Road, Newton Heath:
– St Wilfrid & St Ann’s Church. Grade II, listed 20 Jun
1988.

Oldham Road, Miles Platting:
– Empress Cinema. Grade II, listed 5.10.00

Oldham Street, City Centre:
– 105. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 133, The City Pub. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 18. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 66, Castle Hotel Pub. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Old Lansdowne Road, Barlow Moor:
– Synagogue. Grade II, listed 5 Oct 1988.

Old Market Street, Blackley:
– St Peter’s Church. Grade II listed 20 Jun 1988 – upgraded
9May 2003.

Orton Road, Northenden:
– St Michael & All Angels Church. Grade II, listed 16Jan
1981 – upgraded 6 Jun 1994.
– Vicarage of St Michael & All Angels. Grade II, listed
8 Jan 1988.

Oxford Place, Rusholme:
– Hulme Hall, Hall of Residence, Manchester University. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Oxford Road, City Centre:
– Manchester Oxford Road Station, including platform structures.
Grade II, listed 24 Nov 1995.

Oxford Road, Chorlton-on-Medlock:

– 176-188 (even numbers), Waterloo Place. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.
– Former Department of Metallurgy, Manchester University. Grade
II, listed 21.9.73
– Manchester Museum Extensions. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– Victoria University of Manchester, including Christie Library
& Whitworth Hall. Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1963.
– 316-324 (even numbers). Student Health Centre, University
of Manchester. Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1963.
– Whitworth Gallery. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Edward VII statue, Whitworth Park. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– 6-14a, Dancehouse Theatre. Grade II, listed 5 Oct 2000.
– 323-327 (odd numbers) & No 333. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church. Grade I, listed
18 Dec 1963 – upgraded 4 May 1989.
– Royal Eye Hospital. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Royal Infirmary, including Cobbett House, Administration &
Residential block, X-Ray Teaching Block & Chapel. Grade
II, listed 15 Feb 1989.
– Former Lodge of Royal Infirmary, railings & gate piers.
Grade II, listed 15 Feb 1989.
– St Mary’s Hospital. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Oxford Street, City Centre:
– 18 & 20, & 24-28 (even numbers). Grade II, listed
4 Apr 1974.
– 56, former Tootal Buildin’. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974 –
upgraded 6 Jun 1994.
– 61. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Former Refuge Assurance Company offices. (Now Palace Hotel)
Grade II*. 3 Oct 1974 – upgraded 17 Jul 1989.
– 65-95, St James’s Buildings. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

– Palace Theatre. Grade II, listed 8 Jun 1977.

P

Palatine Road, Didsbury:
– St Aiden United Reform Church. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Palatine Road, Northenden:
– 456, Assembly Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses (former cinema).
Grade II, listed 5 Oct 2000.

Palfrey Place, Ardwick:
– 2 & 4. Grade II, listed 15 Mar 1989.

Park Crescent, Victoria Park:
– 2-6. Victoria Park Hotel. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Parsonage Gardens, City Centre:
– Arkwright House. Grade II, listed 9.3.82

Parsonage Street, Hulme:
– St Mary’s House, formerly St Mary’s Rectory. Grade II, listed
23.4.81

Paton Street, City Centre:
· 13 & 15, with the attached railings. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.
· 19. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Peel Hall Road, Sharston:
– Bridge of approach to Peel Hall. Grade II, listed 25.2.52

– Moated site to Peel Hall. Ancient Monument.

Peter Street, City Centre:
– 37, Harvester House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 47, Lancashire House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 27, Albert Memorial Hall. Grade II, listed 30 Apr 1982.
– Free Trade Hall, now the Edwardian Hotel. Grade II, listed
18 Dec 1963.
– Former Theatre Royal – now a night club. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 56-58, former Young Men’s Christian Association. Grade II,
listed 21.9.73
– Midland Hotel. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974 – upgraded 6 Jun
1994.

Piccadilly, City Centre:
– 1. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 15 & 17 (including Nos 1-3 Oldham Street). Grade II, listed
20 Jun 1988.
– 47. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 49. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 51 & 53. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 59 & 61, Clayton House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 69-75, Hall’s Buildings. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– 77-83. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– 97, Brunswick Hotel (includes 2 & 4 Paton Street). Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 107. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Sir Robert Peel statue, Piccadilly Gardens. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– James Watt statue, Piccadilly Gardens. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.
– Queen Victoria Monument, Piccadilly Gardens. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– Duke of Wellington statue, Piccadilly Gardens. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 12. Barclay’s Bank. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– 38-50, Joshua Hoyle Building & Roby Hous’. Grade II, listed
17 Jul 1987.

Platt Fields Park, Fallowfield:
– Platt Hall. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

Platt Lane, Fallowfield:
– Church of Holy Trinity. Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1963.
– 66. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 68. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Plymouth Grove, Chorlton-on-Medlock
& Longsight:

– 23, Plymouth Lodge. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 65, Plymouth Grove Hotel. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 84, Mrs Elizabeth Gaskell’s House. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.
– 9, former Ukranian Club. Grade II, listed 9.4.82

Pollard Street, Beswick & Clayton:
– 113, Hope Works. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Co-op Warehouse. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Mill building on Ashton Canal east of Hope Works. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.

Port Street, City Centre:
– 50-62 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Portland Street, City Centre:
– 3, 5 & 9, Thistle Hotel. Grade II, listed 18.12.63
– 35-47 (odd numbers), Britannia Hotel – former Watts Warehouse.
Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 101, former Pickles Building. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 103, Portland House (including Nos 40-46 Princess Street).
Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 105 & 107, Basil House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 109 & 111. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 113-119 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 127-133 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– ‘Adrift’ Sculpture, formerly at east end of Piccadilly Gardens.
Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974 – awaiting relocation.
– 44-50 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 52 & 54. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 70 & 72. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 74-80 (even numbers). The Grey Horse Pub (No 80), with attached
railings. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 86, Circus Tavern Pub & attached railings. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– 106 & 108. Grade II, listed 28.2.89
– 110-114 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 28.2.89
– 116 & 118. Grade II, listed 28.2.89

Portsmouth Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– 8. Holy Name Presbytery. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Potato Wharf, Castlefield:
– Bridgewater Canal Basin at Potato Wharf. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– The Giant’s Basin. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Princess Road, Barlow Moor:
– Christ Church. Grade II, listed 17.9.92

Princess Street, City Centre:
– 14 & 16. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 18, 20, 22a & 24, Princess Buildings. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 26-30 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 34. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 36, Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– 46a, Langley Buildings. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 48 & 50, Transact House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– 52, Rhodesia House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 54 & 56, Lionesse House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– 74, Central House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 82, Asia House. Grade II*. 3 Oct 1974.. (Upgraded 6 Jun 1994..)

– 86, Manchester House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 1-7 (odd numbers), including 59- 61 Cross Street. Grade II,
listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 9 to 21 (odd numbers), Northern Assurance Buildings. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 31. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 65-71 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 73 & 75. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 81, Athenaeum. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 83. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 87-91 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 101. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 103, former Mechanics Institute. Grade II, listed 11 May 1972.
– 105 & 107, Brazil House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 109. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 111, New Union Hotel. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Princess Street, Hulme:
– Hulme Barracks. Grade II, listed 16 Nov 1978.

Q

Quay Street, City Centre:
– Former County Court. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Opera House Theatre’. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Sunlight House’. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Queens Road, Cheetham:
– Bus Depot and Transport Museum, including nos.99 & 99a.
Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

R

Raby Street, Moss Side:
– 1-6, Westwood House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Redfern Street, City Centre:
– Co-operative Society Building. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Redhill Street, Ancoats:
– Doubling Mill & Fireproof Mill. Grade II, listed 20 Jun
1988.
– Old Mill and Decker Mill. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– Sedgewick Mill. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– Union Street Bridge. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Royal Mill. Grade II, listed 11Nov 1988.

Richmond Street, City Centre:
– 9. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 51 & 53. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Ringway Road, Woodhouse Park:
– Old Thatch. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Rochdale Canal, City Centre:
– Canal Boundary wall, Canal Street, between Princess Street
and Sackville Street. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Canal Boundary wall between Chorlton Street and Minshull Street.
Grade II listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Canal Boundary wallbetween Sackville Street and Chorlton Street.
Grade II listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Lock 83. Eeast of Tariff Street. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– Lock 84. Dale Street Lock. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Lock 85. Tunnel between Piccadilly and Dale Street. Grade
II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Lock 86. East of Chorlton Street. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– Lock 87. East of Princess Street, with cast-iron footbridge
beside street. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Lock 88. East of Oxford Street. Grade II, listed. 6 Jun 1994.

– Lock 89. Tib Lock, south side of Havelock Mill’. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Lock 90. West of Albion Bridge. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– Lock-keeper’s cottage, Lock no.91, next to the Gaythorn Tunnel.
Grade II, listed 29 Jan 1986.
– Lock 91. East end of Gaythorn Tunnel. Grade II, listed 29
Jan 1986.
– Lock 92 and Castle Street Bridge, walls, gates, etc. Grade
II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– Towpath footbridge and ramps at Brownsfield Mill. Grade II,
listed 6 Jun 1994.

Rochdale Canal, Ancoats:
– Lock 82. East of Great Ancoats Street. Grade II, listed 6
Jun 1994.
– Retaining wall, south side of Redhill Street, west of Union
Street Bridge. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Rochdale Road, Ancoats:
– 73, Marble Arch Inn Pub. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Rochdale Road, Harpurhey:
– 691-695 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– GPO post box, west of the junction with Blackley Park Road.
Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Benjamin Brierly statue, Queen’s Park,e west of the park entrance.
Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Harpurhey Baths and Laundry. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.


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