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Report - St. James' Buildings, Manchester - September 2011

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Millhouse, Oct 6, 2011.

  1. Millhouse

    Millhouse 28DL Regular User
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    Visited with Gone

    Time for a bit of daytime rooftopping and dicking about. We hit the streets dressed in shirt and tie, blending in with the ‘suits’ going about their daily business. It worked a treat, and we strolled past the concierge and were soon on the roof, where we were spotted several times by people in the surrounding offices haha.



    St. James’ Building is a Grade II listed building situated on Oxford Road. The nine-storey building incorporates a mixture of contemporary and traditional offices, with a marble reception area and a lavish, sweeping staircase. At one point the building was used as a theatre and music hall, and the ninth floor was made of entirely of executive toilets. There is also a canal running underneath the building.

    Bringing some class to urbex… :D









    Off to starbucks :p

    Thanks for looking!

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