1884 – St. John the Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk
In 1976 St John the Baptist Church, Norwich became the Roman Catholic cathedral.
1885 – Burnham Thorpe Church, Norfolk
Perspective biew after restoration by Herbert J. Green and published in The Building News, December 11th 1885.
1896 – Municipal Buildings, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
1897 – House at Thorpe Hamlet, Nr. Norwich, Norfolk
1898 – Church, Mundesley, Norfolk
Not constructed, the ruined village church, a ruin for a century, was instead restored by 1904 and is in use today.
1899 – Residence at Brundall, Norwich, Norfolk
“This house was designed for Mr. Eddington, who has erected it on a rather exposed site,
1899 – Design for Opera House, Norwich, Norfolk
Although this design was not constructed, a similarly planned building designed by W.G.R. Sprague opened in 1903.
1899 – House at Cromer, Norfolk
“This house was built about three years ago, and the peculiarity of plan is due to its having no view at the back.