1900 – Parrs Bank, Castle Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Still in use as a bank, now a branch of NatWest. The upper floors remain largely as designed by Shaw,
1901 – Belmont Congregational Chapel, Bolton, Lancashire
Perspective including ground plans published in The Building News, April 19th 1901. “The Belmont moors are the highest parts of the moorland which surrounds Bolton-le-Moors.
1901 – Hunting Box, Great Bowden, Cheshire
“This hunting-box has been erected for Mr. J. H. Stotes. The architects are Messrs. Coates and Johnson,
1901 – Police Courts and Fire Station, Blackburn, Lancashire
“The work is the conjoint production of Messrs. Briggs and Wolstenholme,
1901 – St. Alban’s Church, Blackburn, Lancashire
Opened in 1901, designs first published in The Builder in 1897. Still in use as a Roman Catholic parish church today.
1901 – Two Taverns at Oldham, Lancashire
1902 – Cottages, Port Sunlight, Cheshire
As published in The Building News, August 8, 1902.
1902 – Design for new Cathedral, Liverpool
Charles Herbert Reilly’s proposed design for Liverpool Cathedral was in the English Neo-Classical style, with a large central dome like Wren’s St Paul’s.
1902 – House at Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Perspective view & plans published in The Building News, August 29th 1902.