Image title: Manchester Longsight Reynell St and Slade Hall

Manchester Longsight Reynell St and Slade Hall

Captured on a dull afternoon in November, medieval Slade Hall is visible at the end of Reynell Street, which was built in the late 19th century. This area forms part of the suburb of Longsight, some 3 miles south of Manchester city centre.

Slade Hall is mentioned on a page about the nearby Rushford Conservation Area on the Manchester City Council website

Why did I take this picture? I love vistas along straight roads or streets. The half timbered black and white hall contrasts strongly with the red brick houses built around four hundred years later. Not surprisingly, there are reports of ghosts at Slade Hall. See Manchester Online.


Manchester Longsight Reynell St and Slade Hall



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Nikon D100 digital camera

Manchester, streets, medieval, Levenshulme, houses, old houses, Lancashire, haunted, ghosts, paranormal .

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Aidan O'RourkeAidan O'Rourke has been active in photography and online media since 1995. He has documented the development of the local area in his Eyewitness website (1997-2005) and as a contributor to books, publications and the Manchester Evening News. He runs his Eyewitness photography walks in Manchester, Liverpool and other locations. He offers one-to-one tuition in Photography and Languages. He is a high-level speaker of German and can offer photography walks and tours through the medium of German. Visit www.aidan.co.uk

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