Mossley Manor, Liverpool

History:
Originally named Elmswood House, a Tudor Gothic style manor house built in the 1850s and was extended in 1878 for a cotton merchant named Nicholas Duckworth. In the 1940s the house became a maternity and womans home for the Salvation Army and then a care home from around this period. In the care homes later years it was owned by two brothers Amjad and Amer Latif, these brothers were fined more than £82,00 due to their unhygienic and unsafe practises within the building, the care home was closed by inspectors as a result of this.

Explored: October 2018

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To see more photos as well as higher resolution photos from this explore, head over to my Flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/125075228@N03/albums/72157702501345544

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