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Listed Buildings in Manchester (5)


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

S

Sackville Street, City Centre:
– 27. Grade II, listed 18 May 1990.
– 42 & 44. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 46. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– UMIST, University of Mancheter Institute of Science &
Technology. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

St Ann’s Street, City Centre:
– St Ann’s Church. Grade I, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Allen Monument, St Ann’s Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– Boardman Monument, St Ann’s Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.
– Deacon Monument, St Ann’s Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– 34 & 36, National House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 28-32 (even numbers), Winters Buildings. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– 25, former Williams & Glyns Bank. Grade II, listed 25
Feb 1952.

St Ann’s Square, City Centre:
– 17-23 (odd numbers), Mansfield Chambers. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 16. Shop. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 18. Restaurant. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 22. Dixon’s. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Boer War Memorial. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Richard Cobden Statue. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

St Clements Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy
– St Clement’s Church. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

St John’s Road, Longsight
– St John’s Church. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

St John Street, City Centre:
– K6 Telephone Kiosk, St John Street Chambers. Grade II, listed
29 Oct 1987.
– 8 & 8a. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 10. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 12-16. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 18 & 20. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 22. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 24. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 24a & 26. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 28. Grade II, listed 24 Jul 1974.
– 11-17 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 19. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– 21-25. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

St Mark’s Lane, Cheetham Hill:
– Murray Monument, St Mark’s Churchyard. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.

St Mary’s Parsonage, City Centre:
– 14, National Buildings. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 3. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

St Mary’s Street, Hulme:
– Moss Side People’s Centre – formerly St Mary’s School. Grade
II, listed 28 Apr 1981.

St Peter’s Square, City Centre:
– Manchester Central Library. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974- upgraded
6 Jun 1994.
– Pair of K6 Telephone Kiosks near Manchester Central Library.
Grade II, listed 29 Oct 1987.
– War Memorial Cenotaph. Grade II, listed 3 Sep 1974.
– Memorial Cross. Grade II, listed 3 Sep 1974.

St Werburgh’s Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy:
– Rowthorne House. Grade II, listed 31 Oct 1989.
– Barn at Rowthorne House. Grade II, listed 31 Oct 1989.

Shambles Square, City Centre:
– Sinclair’s Oyster Bar. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– The Old Wellington Inn. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

Sharp Street, Ancoats:
– Sharp Street Ragged School. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Warehouse at junction with Simpson Street. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.

Shudehill, City Centre:
– 29. Grade II, listed 23 Jan 1990.
– 46, Hare & Hounds Pub. Grade II, listed 10 Dec 1999.

Simonsway, Wythenshawe:
– William Temple Memorial Church. Grade II, listed 25 Sep 1998.

Slade Lane, Longsight:
– Slade Hall. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Slade Lane Neighbourhood Centre. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– St Agnes’ Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Smedley Lane, Cheetham Hill:
– 3-7 (odd numbers), Temple Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 9 & 11. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 13 & 15. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

South King Street:
– 41. ‘St James Antiques’ shop. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Southall Street, Cheetham:
– Gatehouse of Strangeways Prisonl. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– Main prison block, Strangeways Pprison. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.
– Boys’ prison block, Strangeways Prison. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.
– The Tower, Strangeways Prison. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Southmill Street, City Centre:
– 1 & 3, Memorial Hall. Grade II, listed 14 Feb 1972.

Spectator Street, Beswick & Clayton:
– Spectator Mill. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Spring Bridge Road, Fallowfield:
– William Hulme’s Grammar School. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1968.

– Railings, two pairs of gate piers & gates, William Hulme’s
Grammar School. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.

Spring Gardens, City Centre:
– 41, former Natwest Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 43 & 45, former Barclay’s Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– 47. former Barclay’s Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 49, formerly National Provincial Bank. Grade II, listed 3
Oct 1974.
– 60 & 62, Minster Insurance. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Stenner Lane, Didsbury:
– Nos 18 & 20. Grade II, listed 9 Jan 1974.
– St James’s Church. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Sundial Church of St James. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Former Fletcher Moss Art Gallery. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– Entrance gateway to former Fletcher Moss Art Gallery. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Stockport Road, Ardwick:
– Apollo Theatre. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Stockport Road, Levenshulme:
– St Andrew’s Church. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– St Peter’s Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Store Street, City Centre:
-Store Street Aqueduct. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Styal Road, Sharston:
– Chamber Hall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Barn, Chamber Hall. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Sunbank Lane, Ringway:
– Yewtree House. Grade II, listed 17 Nov 1986.

Swan Street, City Centre:
– 29. Grade II, listed 15 Mar 1989.
– 39, 43 & 45, former Smithfield Market Hall. Grade II,
listed 8 Oct 1973 .
– 2 & 4, former Midland Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Swinton Grove, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– 2, Park House & 4, Graigenrowan House – now Court Nursing
Home. Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1963.

T

Tan Yard Brow, Gorton:
– Spring Bank farmhouse & farm buildings. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 56-60 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 16 Nov 1971.

Tariff Street, City Centre:
– Former Rochdale Canal Warehous’. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 16-18, Fourways House, including No 57 Hilton Street &
No 17 China Lane. Grade II, listed 1 Jun 2000.

Thomas Street, City Centre:

– 31-35 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 8 Oct 1973.
– 10-20 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Thorley Lane, Ringway:
– 1 & 2, Haletop Farm. Grade II, listed 17 Nov 1986.

Tib Lane, City Centre:
– 10. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 12. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Tib Street, City Centre:
– 49-53 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Todd Street, City Centre:
– City Building. Grade II, listed 6 Apr 2000.

Turner Street, City Centre:
– 33 & 35 Warehouse, workshop & shops. Grade II, listed
25 May 2004.


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