The unusual listed building, which gently curves along the line of the street, has fallen deeper into decay with vegetation sprouting from the rooftops as the long-running saga of the Royal Exchange development proposal has worn on. It was built in 1896 and named after US president James Garfield who was assassinated in 1881.
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