Site of Middleton Hall demolished ???? home of the Lords of Middleton

Middleton Arena, Corporation Street, Middleton, Manchester, United Kingdom

Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) 36 Mellalieu Street 1906 Grade II Listed Building

36 Mellalieu Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935) 31-37 Broad Street 1899

31 - 37 Broad Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) 16-46 Hilton Fold Lane 1899

16 - 46 Hilton Fold Lane, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) 33-37 Manchester Road 1908 Grade II Listed Building

37 Middleton Way, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935) 34-48 Rochdale Road 1898

34 - 48 Rochdale Road, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935) 51-53 Rochdale Road 1900 Grade II Listed Building

51 - 53 Rochdale Road, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935) 98 Hollin Lane

98 Hollin Lane, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) Elm Street Schools 1908 Grade II Listed Building

Elm Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) Long Street Wesleyan Church and Schools 1899 Grade II* Listed Building

Long Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935) Manchester and Salford Bank 1892 Grade II Listed Building

3 Market Place, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) Rhodes School 1884 Grade II Listed Building

Broad Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) Temple Street Baptist Church 1889 Plaque Erected in its Centenary Year 1989

Temple Street, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood architect (1860-1935) Westdene 1894

Archer Park, Middleton, United Kingdom

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Edgar Wood Architect (1860-1935). Fencegate And Redcroft. Born in Middleton. Woods home from 1895 to 1916. Grade II Listed Building

33 Rochdale Road, Middleton, United Kingdom

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St Leonard's Square. Once a focal point for the old town which before the Industrial Revolution occupied the ridge towards Rochdale. Nearby street names - High Street and Cheapside - identify the old town. Cottage silk weaving was practised in the surrounding area.

, Middleton, United Kingdom