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Architecture of North East England

06 July 2011

1900 – Design for Cartwright Memorial Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire

Architect: H. & E. Martin Unsuccessful entry to design multi-purpose hall for Bradford. Published in American Architect and Building News, January 27, 1900.

13 July 2009

1901 – Cartwright Memorial Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire

Architect: Simpson & Allen Successful entry for architecture competition. Selected design published in The Building News, June 9th 1899.

14 July 2009

1901 – Congregational Church, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: George F. Danby

14 July 2009

1901 – Leeds College for Pupil Teachers, Yorkshire

Architect: J. Mitchell Bottomley

14 July 2009

1901 – New Borough Market Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Leeming & Leeming “The design for this building was chosen in an open competition by Mr. W. Emerson, President R.I.B.A. The site is trapezium shaped, but the market hall is a rectangle...

07 July 2009

1901 – New Offices, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Marshall & Tweedy “These two blocks of commercial buildings, both faced with ashlar, have been erected at Newcastle-on-Tyne, from the designs of Messrs. Marshall and Tweedy, architects.” Published in the Building News,...

07 July 2009

1901 – New Premises, Nelson Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Marshall & Tweedy “These two blocks of commercial buildings, both faced with ashlar, have been erected at Newcastle-on-Tyne, from the designs of Messrs. Marshall and Tweedy, architects.” Published in the Building News,...

30 May 2010

1901 – Nidderdale Farmstead, Yorkshire

Architect: Bland & Brown Designed for for T.E. Yorke, a perspective view including plan was published in The Building News, August 2nd 1901.

07 July 2009

1901 – The Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: W. Lister Newcombe & H. Percy Adams

30 May 2010

1902 – Norwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire

Architect: J. Hatchard Smith Front Perspective View including plans published in The Building News, September12th 1902.