Thursday, 16 February 2017

1547 : Two Posers In the Rochdale Sun


There are not many places in the north where you can look at two adjacent Grade 1 listed buildings, but you can in Rochdale. In the foreground of this photograph is the Cenotaph, built in 1922 to a design of Sir Edwin Lutyens. And posing next to it is the 1871 Town Hall designed by the architect Alfred Waterhouse. Two delightful buildings share the winter sun of Rochdale.

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