Image title: Salford Ordsall Hall windows & gables

Salford Ordsall Hall windows & gables

Ordsall Hall is a house with medieval origins and Victorian additions. It once stood in open countryside overlooking the River Irwell. By the late 19th century it was in the midst of a big city. Today it belongs to the City of Salford and is a visitor attraction and educational facility.

A black and white version of this image will appears in the Eyewitness in Manchester Review of 1953 feature, online January 2004.


Salford Ordsall Hall windows & gables



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