The Process Revealed #2
Toastrack Museum

The Process Revealed #2

To accompany The Process Revealed, a series of exceptional photographs documenting the Toastrack’s construction from its very beginning to near-completion. All images courtesy of Manchester Libraries, Information and Archives, Manchester City Council. Site clearance in preparation for the Toastrack – Birchfields, previously featured in Look Outside, can be seen in the background. Note Leonard C. Howitt, City Architect, featured on … Continue reading

A photographic exploration in the vicinity of the Toastrack.
Events & Activities

A photographic exploration in the vicinity of the Toastrack.

On Saturday 29th June at 11am, Robert Parkinson (of Preston is my Paris) and Daniel Russell (of UHC/MMDC) invite you on a photographic exploration in the vicinity of the Toastrack. Up to twenty people can sign up for a stroll around the Rusholme/Fallowfield periphery of the Toastrack. On the day, each of the twenty will be presented with a beautiful Toastrack … Continue reading

Who designed the Toastrack? An Unofficial History
Events & Activities / Toastrack Museum

Who designed the Toastrack? An Unofficial History

Throughout the Modernists’ residency at Hollings, our sedulous architectural researcher Matthew Steele has been trying to get a fuller and much rounder picture of our favourite paraboloid, the Toastrack. He’s been delving into the archives, and drinking with the architect – yes, you heard us right. Matthew and Angela Connelly will be presenting their findings … Continue reading