Neil Roland - Gallery 14 Manchester Suburban Areas
I have photographed pretty well every suburban area of Manchester. Below is a small selection of individual images of some of these suburbs in both North and South Manchester. Multi section pictures of particular areas can be created, or indeed pictures which bring together two or more suburbs and the city centre in one picture. It is best to come to the gallery to see what is possible.
Each picture is from a limited edition of 50 and is printed from the
artist's original photographs. Each one is titled and signed by the artist.
For prices and framing options, please email the artist at
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Neil on 07792 365 437
Please note that the size, colours and quality of the pictures on
this page have been reduced for web viewing and do not accurately represent the
detail and vivid colours of the actual photographs
One of a large collection of Levenshulme pictures, this shows the art deco era baths at Levenshulme with its tiles and chequer-board flooring. For other Levenshulme pictures, please contact Neil on 07792 365 437
Sun Before Thunder at Stretford
A huge thunder storm was about to erupt over Chorlton, but the sun still shone with ominous brilliance over Stretford, and no where more so than the gloriously art deco Longford Cinema (later the Issoldo) on Chester Road. The pink and blue of its flaking paintwork shone like on a film set, set off by the black sky behind. For more pictures of Stretford and surrounds, please contact Neil on 07792 365 437.
Interior of this wonderful, cosy café beloved of students and those who’ve discovered its charm. For more pictures of Fallowfield, contact Neil Roland through the site.
Prestwich: Heaton Park
The original Manchester Town Hall Façade. Built in neo classical magnificence on King Street Manchester in the 1820s, the original town hall was replaced by the present, Alfred Waterhouse building in Albert Square in the 1870s - the façade, however, was brough in 1912 to Heaton Park. Here, a detail of its Ionic columns is shown. For more Prestwich pictures, please contact Neil through the site or by ‘phone.
Crumpsall Library Railings
The elegant old Library which served Crumpsall stands on Cheetham Hill Road and is in a state of decay. This picture shows its richly figured railings - but for how long it can remain like this is anyone’s guess. For more pictures of Crumpsall, Cheetham Hill and surrounds, contact Neil via the website or by phone.
The sensational Grade 11 listed Crumsall Synagogue dates from 1927, and behind its simple, white façade, is a gorgeous synagogue building with delicious stained glass and many features. I have a large collection of pictures relating to Manchester’s Jewish community, with architectural details of synagogues, cemeteries and lots of signs from popular streets and shops. Please contact Neil via the website or by ‘phone to see more at my studio.
is full of intricate details from the Victorian and Edwardian era. New the Manchester Superstore, this ornate, barrel-vaulted building is a hive of present day activity and bustling liveliness - but take a look at the sheer beauty of the tiling.
Parish Church gates. The gates at All Saints, Newton Heath are crumbling away, but their filigree elegance is still viewable - the decay makes them particularly appealing.
Gems of Levenshulme
Pictures show : The Midway Pub, Stockport Road, Levenshulme Baths original Levenshulme Station (1892); former Town Hall, now Antiques Emporium; a vintage piano organ - Stockport Road (once known for its piano shops); Sivori’s Ice Cream van - the Italian ice-cream maker has always been Levenshulme based.; stained glass lions at the old Town Hall green tiles, Levenshulme Library; I buy Ow’t, Stockport Road.
Withington: Hospital at Nell Lane
The classic Victorian
hospital is pictured when the sun shines brightly after a rain storm - the
classic facades reflecting in road puddles.