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1888 – New Buildings at The Cross, Chester, Cheshire

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Architect: Thomas M. Lockwood

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Lockwood, together with Thomas Penson and John Douglas, were the architects mainly responsible for the black-and-white revival buildings in the city centre. Lockwood designed a number of buildings for the First Duke of Westminster in the city of Chester. Published in The Builder, May 11th 1888.

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