Manchester Cathedral rood screen and organ case
Sir George Gilbert Scott carried out work here in 1872 when he restored the wooden Rood Screen. A new parapet was added and it was made up of old fragments including one of St. George over the door. At the same time, he designed an organ case for an organ by Wadsworth of Manchester. This was damaged in 1940 during the Second World War and not replaced. He also worked on the Cheetham Chattel, as shown by his drawings.
Manchester Cathedral west tower
In 1857, Sir George Gilbert Scott recommended the restoration of the Cathedral west tower but his advice was ignored and it was demolished.
National Archives, Kew, Papers concerning the replacement of the Mediaeval Tower Mancath/2/B/4 Sep 1857 and Letter of Advice concerning the Mediaeval Tower Mancath/2/B/4/1 Sep 1857, see http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/1df55bfa-8396-44c7-ae24-447bccdbf5bc