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Architecture of England

30 May 2010

1901 – Nidderdale Farmstead, Yorkshire

Architect: Bland & Brown Designed for for T.E. Yorke, a perspective view including plan was published in The Building News, August 2nd 1901.

24 June 2009

1901 – Office and Cycle Factory, Coventry, Warwickshire

Architect: S. Harrison & Sons

01 May 2014

1901 – Passmore Edwards Convalescent Home for Railway Men, Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell The Herne Bay Convalescent Home was the first of ten homes to be opened by the Railway Industry for railway workers; the idea of John Edwards Nichols, cashier of...

07 July 2014

1901 – Passmore Edwards Library, Bow, London

Architect: S.B. Russell Largely completed as illustrated, although some of the more decorative elements such as the plaque on the gable and the cupola were never finished. “This building is in the Roman-road,...

09 August 2010

1901 – Passmore Edwards Sailors Palace, London

Architect: Niven & Wigglesworth Built in 1901 as the headquarters of the British & Foreign Sailors’ Society. An inscription above the door still records the fact, although the building itself has been converted...

29 May 2010

1901 – Pittern Hill, Warwickshire

Architect: E. Guy Dawber Rear Perspective View & vignette sketch. Published in The Building News, July 12th 1901.

29 June 2009

1901 – Police Courts and Fire Station, Blackburn, Lancashire

Architect: Briggs & Wolstenholme / Stones & Stones “The work is the conjoint production of Messrs. Briggs and Wolstenholme, of Liverpool and Blackburn, and Messrs. Stones and Stones, of Blackburn, and is the...

21 September 2010

1901 – Portley Wood, Warlingham, Surrey

Architect: Walter E. Hewitt The Garden Front including ground floor plan as published in The Building News, November 29th 1901.

07 July 2014

1901 – Proposal for Queen Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace, London

Architect: Ernest George Unsuccessful entry in architectural competition to design a memorial for Queen Victoria for the front of Buckingham Palace.


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