Houldsworth Working Men's Club

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Houldsworth Working Men's Club
Houldsworth WMC.jpg
The main entrance from Leamington Road
Houldsworth Working Men's Club is located in Greater Manchester
Houldsworth Working Men's Club
Location within Greater Manchester
General information
Town or city Reddish, Greater Manchester
Country England
Coordinates 53°26′18″N 2°09′26″W / 53.4383°N 2.1573°W / 53.4383; -2.1573
Completed Late 19th Century
Technical details
Structural system Red brick with stone dressings.
Design and construction
Architect Alfred Waterhouse

Houldsworth Working Men's Club is a club in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England (grid reference SJ895935). Designed by the famed Alfred Waterhouse and completed in the late 19th century, it is still used as a working men's club today. An important local structure, it is now a Grade II* listed building.[1]

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  1. ^ "Houldsworth Working Men's Club, Stockport". Images of England. Retrieved 2008-08-18. 

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