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Architecture of Lancashire

13 July 2009

1883 – The Heyworth Arms, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: James Doyley Illustration published in The Building News, March 14th 1884.

25 October 2012

1884 – Conservative Club, Dale St., Liverpool

Architect: F. & G. Holme Grade II listed. For some years, used as an annex to the municipal building, now empty.

29 October 2012

1884 – Gustaf Adolf Scandinavian Church, Liverpool

Architect: W.D. Caroe Caroe probably obtained the commission through his father, who was then the Danish Consul in Liverpool, as he was still in his early 20s. His design is a unique building,...

30 November 2009

1884 – Rawtenstall Public Library & Municipal Offices, Lancashire

Architect: A.T. Butler

24 August 2009

1884 – The Bootle Cocoa Rooms, Bootle, Lancashire

Architect: J. Francis Doyle

29 June 2009

1884 – The Royal Albert Asylum for Idiots, Lancashire

Architect: Paley & Austin The chief stone of a new asylum for idiots of the six northern counties of England has been laid with Masonic ceremonial by the Earl of Zetland as Grand...

03 December 2009

1885 – Beecham’s Pills New Manufactory, St. Helens, Lancashire

Architect: H.V. Krolow Thomas Beecham, born in Oxfordshire in 1820, began selling his pills and cures as a travelling salesman in the 1840s. Moving first to Liverpool and then Wigan, Thomas bought property...

11 November 2015

1885 – Church and Presbytery, Over Darwen, Lancashire

Architect: Pugin & Pugin Described in The Irish Builder, “This church, the foundation stone of which was laid by the Bishop of Salford on the 3rd of May, last year, was originally designed...

13 July 2009

1885 – Corn Exchange & Chambers, Corn Market, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Lewis Hornblower

06 August 2009

1885 – High Altar, West Gorton Franciscan Church, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Pugin & Pugin