By Janice Hayes
From the palatial eighteenth-century city corridor to the city’s helpful Transporter Bridge, this detailed examine celebrates the city’s architectural historical past in a brand new and available method. neighborhood writer and cultural curator Janice Hayes publications the reader on a travel of the city’s historical structures and glossy architectural marvels. The church buildings, theatres, pubs and cinemas of Warrington’s business heyday are tested along the leading edge constructions of a twenty-first-century city.
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