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Architecture of North West England

13 July 2009

1906 – The New Cotton Exchange, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Matear & Simon Built in 1905–06 to replace the former cotton exchange in Exchange Flags, to a design by Matear and Simon. Its façade was in Neoclassical style, with Baroque towers. Its...

05 February 2011

1906 – Tower Buildings, Liverpool

Architect: Walter Aubrey Thomas The present structure is one of the earliest steel-framed buildings in England, and details of its architecture reflect the earlier fortified building on the site. It is clad in...

16 June 2009

1906 – Watch Hill, Cumberland

Architect: T. Taylor Scott

29 June 2009

1906 – Wesleyan Church, The Haugh, Bolton, Lancashire

Architect: Bradshaw & Gass Perspective view including ground floor plan published in The Building News, February 2nd 1906.

29 June 2009

1906 – Withington Cemetery Chapel, Lancashire

Architect: E. Woodhouse Second place design in competition – also won by Woodhouse with a different design.

10 June 2009

1907 – Port of Liverpool Building

Architects: Hobbs & Thornely / Briggs & Wolstenholme On the exterior of this imposing Portland Stone building is a large drum and dome. Inside an octagonal hall rises to the dome, with galleries...

29 June 2009

1908 – “Hollins Hill”, Accrington, Lancashire

Architect: Walter H. Brierley

26 January 2012

1908 – Applegarth, Nelson, Lancashire

Architect: Shaw & Vowles Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, November 13th 1908.

19 June 2009

1908 – Branch Bank, Hale, Cheshire

Architect: Jessie Horsfall