Houldsworth Working Men's Club

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Houldsworth Working Men's Club
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The main entrance from Leamington Road
Houldsworth Working Men's Club is located in Greater Manchester
Houldsworth Working Men's Club
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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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