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Architecture of North West England

03 June 2010

1877 – Staircase & Hall, Rufford Hall, Lancashire

Architect: Hornblower & Son Published in The Building News, October 7th 1887. The second hall built by the Heskeths in Rufford. This building was turned from a stately home, to a hospital and...

10 June 2009

1877 – Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Architects: Sherlock & Vale The Walker is the major art gallery of Liverpool, which houses one of the largest art collections in England. Located on William Brown Street in a neo-Classical building, the...

16 June 2009

1878 – Bush Hotel & Shops, Carlisle, Cumberland

Architect: C.J. Ferguson Published in The Building News, August 23rd 1878. “The new block of buildings is erected on the site of the old Bush Hotel. It is built of tooled red stone,...

29 June 2009

1878 – Church of St. Andrew, Wigan, Lancashire

Architect: Bowes A. Paige Perspective View with Plan as published in The Building News, May 10th 1878.

13 July 2009

1878 – Manchester School of Art, Lancashire

Architect: George T. Redmayne Perspective View including ground & first floor plans published in The Building News, November 1st 1878.

13 July 2009

1878 – Moorfield Hotel, Brooklands, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Smith & Heathcote Published in The Building News, November 8 1878: “This hotel is now in course of erection a few miles from Manchester, on what is known as the Moorfield Estate....

29 June 2009

1878 – New Pavilion & Winter Garden, Blackpool, Lancashire

Architect: Thomas Mitchell Published in The Building News, July 19, 1878: “This building, which we illustrate, was opened last week. The architect is Mr. T. Mitchell, F.R.I. B. A., of Manchester and Oldham....

16 June 2009

1878 – New Town Hall & Municipal Buildings, Barrow in Furness, Cumberland

Architect: T.E. Collcutt

23 June 2009

1878 – Proposed New Church at Tebay, Westmorland

Architect: C.J. Ferguson Paid for by the railway company and railway workers, the small church is rock faced, and has a west baptistry in the form of a large apse. Next to it...


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