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Barlow Moor

 

Barlow Moor


Barlow Moor was in early times an area of waste between Didsbury and Chorlton-cum-Hardy and was named after Barlow. Barlow Moor Road runs through the area and connects to Wilmslow Road at the southern end and Manchester Road at the northern end. Southern Cemetery and Chorlton Park are landmarks on the route. Immediately adjacent to the northwest corner of the cemetery, also on Barlow Moor Road, is the Manchester Crematorium which opened in 1892, the second in the United Kingdom. The architects were Steinthal and Solomons who chose to revive the Lombard-Romanesque style.[1] Another notable building is the Chorlton Park Apartments, 2002.

The area has been largely in Chorlton Park ward of the City of Manchester since 1998; previously there was a Barlow Moor ward. John Leech MP has been a City councillor for both these wards; he was succeeded as councillor for Chorlton Park by Bernie Ryan. Prince Charles Edward Stuart brought his army to the moor during the rebellion of 1745.

The Roman Catholic church of St Ambrose, Princess Road, was built in 1958 to the designs of architects Reynolds & Stone.[2] The dedication to St Ambrose of Milan was chosen because St Ambrose Barlow's birthplace was in the parish.[3]

See also

References

  • Lloyd, John (1972) The Township of Chorlton-cum-Hardy. Manchester: E. J. Morten

Coordinates: 53°26′N 2°16′W / 53.43°N 2.26°W / 53.43; -2.26

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