Chancellor Lane, Ardwick, Manchester.
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I wouldn't mind a pint there myself.
28 Sep 2010 2:39pm
Does look like a fun and interesting place, wouldn't mind stopping by myself! Great one for the K Day! Enjoy your week!
28 Sep 2010 4:29pm
What a lovely hotel. It does look rather small for a hotel. But great choice for K day.
28 Sep 2010 4:37pm
the B&W makes this photo all the more attractive :)
I like your choice of black and white too. The hotel may be just a tad too close to the train lines for me but I would love to see it in person.
28 Sep 2010 4:58pm
What is it abow B&W photos that are so timeless.
The advantage is that the train is so close that you could stagger to the transport and find your way home.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
28 Sep 2010 7:51pm
I wonder where the quietest room of this hotel would be!
28 Sep 2010 8:29pm
This photo is wonderful in black and white, Gerald.
28 Sep 2010 9:33pm
Interesting architecture and the b&w take is superb. This looks like a bed and breakfast to me and I'll bet it's very comfy inside.
28 Sep 2010 11:05pm
A wonderful building with great decorative elements and a perfect capture in B&W. "King's Head" struck me as odd since it was mostly the queen's heads that were disembodied. Is this just rebel colonist's take on English history?!
Thanks for your always intriguing posts!
Helen Mac, ABC team
29 Sep 2010 11:05am
I love this in B&W, but bet I would love it in color, too. There is just something about it that makes it a great capture.
4 Oct 2010 12:50am
I work a stone´s throw from that hotel (Arch 69, i think the arch in the background is arch 63). It´s industrial revolution at its core. Very impressive landscape, always stunning and impossible to get used to it, to its industrial grandeur.
1 Jun 2014 8:40pm
@silvia: lovely to hear from you sylvia - it is 4 years since I took that photo - I must try and get back to see it again sometime.
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