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1830 Warehouse (Manchester)

The 1830 Warehouse is a historic building in Manchester.

It is situated in Liverpool Road, in the Castlefield district.

Built about 1830, this is a former railway warehouse, which was originally part of the Liverpool Road Railway Station (the oldest surviving passenger station in the world).

It was the terminus of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, built by George Stephenson and his son Robert Stephenson.

Today, it is part of the Museum of Science and Industry.

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