Offices, Cross Street, Manchester
And we should not omit to name some offices in Cross-street, stone fronted, by Mr. Thomas Worthington, having excellent details—though a little minute in character, perhaps. The building is arcaded as to the door and windows of the ground-story, and has a triple window above, with balcony, ironwork filling in between the pedestals, and a bold cornice with consoles. The Halifax stone, here used, is now considered in the locality better than the Huddersfield.
Reference Builder, Vol. 17, 29 Jan. 1859, p. 75