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Architecture of Lancashire

29 June 2009

1883 – Mission Church & School, Claughton, Lancashire

Architect: Alex Bleakley Perspective view published in The Architect, August 4th 1883.

26 January 2010

1883 – New Church, Pilling, Lancashire

Architect: Paley & Austin Largely built as designed and illustrated, the church is still existing as St. John the Baptist. Considered to be one of Paley & Austin’s finest works and consecrated by...

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...