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The Salvation Army first came to Manchester in 1878.
Over the years there have been corps (Salvation Army term for local churches) in the following locations:
- Manchester I (Manchester Temple), Grosvenor Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, 1879 to current. A modern Salvation Army building stands on the site now, and is called Manchester Central.
- Manchester II (Star Hall), Pollard Street, Ancoats, 1878. The corps met from 1879 to 1920 in the Round Chapel, in Every Street.
- Manchester III (Openshaw Citadel) (also known as the Poor Man's Palace), Dyer Street, 1879.
- Manchester IV (Miles Platting), Cash Street, 1880
- Manchester V (Bradford Road), Marcar Street, 1882 to 1924.
- Manchester VI (Newton Heath), Thorp Road, 1883
- Manchester VII (Gorton), Knutsford Road, 1883
- Manchester VIII (Harpurhey), Orpington Close, 1883 to 2006.
- Manchester IX (Hightown), Marlborough Street, 1885
- Manchester X (Hulme), Russell Street, 1885
- Manchester XI (Moss Side), Darnecombe Street, 1885
- Manchester XII (Longsight), South Street, 1886
- Manchester XIII (Greenheys), Chapel Street, 1886
- Manchester XIV (Collyhurst), Monsall Street, 1903
- Manchester XV (Higher Openshaw), Fairfield Road, 1903 to current.
- Manchester XVI (Droylsden), Greenside Lane, 1883
- Manchester XVII (Wythenshawe), Boothfield Road, 1937
- Denton, 1883
- Eccles Citadel
- Salford I, (Cross Lane), St Stephens Street, 1880
- Salford II, (Lower Broughton), Halton Street, 1882
- Salford III, near Infantry Barracks 1888 to 1900
Today the Salvation Army works out of centres at Manchester Central, Eccles, Higher Openshaw and Swinton.