John Rylands Library

John Rylands Library, Deansgate, Manchester. A stunning Victorian Gothic building that was opened to the public in 1900. The library has the appearance of a church, though the actual concept was of an Oxford college library on a larger scale. It contains medieval manuscripts and examples of the earliest forms of European printing.

Time Out Shortlist Manchester 2011

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About Ben Rowe

I take photos of life, for work and for pleasure...mainly in London but sometimes further afield.
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5 Responses to John Rylands Library

  1. Ben,

    I stumbled across your blog by accident. I love your photographs they have a wonderful depth and richness – I’m not much of a creative bod, but this would be my take on them. Thank you for sharing them on line.

    Jacqueline

  2. Another place to visit…sometimes…
    robert

  3. I agree with Jacqueline — very rich, REALLY beautiful shots. These library photos make me want to go there. Thanks for sharing these!

  4. Jane London says:

    I’m really impressed… For me, libraries like this have gone into history many years ago… I want to visit it as soon as autumn begins – it will be my small tour in Europe!) THANKS for very well done photos – I’m a photographer too 🙂

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