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"Textile Stories"

Part of the Oxford Street of Manchester, the Tootal, Broadhurst and Lee Building has often been referred to as the Churchgate House. This heritage mansion dates back to the late Victorian era and the same is visible in its architecture as well. Designated as a site of English heritage, the mansion depicts the Edwardian Baroque style of architecture. It was commissioned by a local firm belonging to textile manufacturers. At present, it serves as a popular tourist spot and local heritage site.
56 Oxford Street, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 6EU
"Textile Stories"
Part of the Oxford Street of Manchester, the Tootal, Broadhurst and Lee Building has often been referred to as the Churchgate House. This heritage mansion dates back to the late Victorian era and the same is visible in its architecture as well. Designated as a site of English heritage, the mansion depicts the Edwardian Baroque style of architecture. It was commissioned by a local firm belonging to textile manufacturers. At present, it serves as a popular tourist spot and local heritage site.
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