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Architecture of England

10 March 2013

1836 – Costessey Hall, Norfolk

Architect: J.C. Buckler Between 1826 to 1836, J. C. Buckler built a Gothic castle for Lord Stafford which was several times larger than the original Tudor hall nearby, with many towers and mock-Tudor...

10 June 2009

1839-46 Albert Dock, Liverpool

Architects: Jesse Hartley The Albert Dock in Liverpool, England, was opened in 1846 and was based on plans submitted in 1839 by the architect Jesse Hartley for a combined dock and warehouse system....

11 August 2011

1840 – St. James Church, Croydon, Surrey

Architect: Charles Henman Perspective view including ground plan of new Chancel Vestry & Organ Chamber. Now converted for living accommodation. “The Church of St. James’s, Croydon Common, was erected about forty years since....

28 October 2013

1844 – Royal Exchange, London

Architect: William Tite & Edward I’Anson The Royal Exchange in London was founded in the 16th century by the merchant Thomas Gresham to act as a centre of commerce for the City of...

11 November 2013

1845 – Board of Trade, Treasury Buildings, Whitehall, London

Architect: Charles Barry In 1824 plans by Sir John Soane were approved for a new building, to accommodate the Board of Trade and the Privy Council Office, with a frontage to Whitehall extending...

11 December 2012

1845 – Conservative Club, St. James St., London

Architect: George Basevi & Sydney Smirke The Conservative Club was a London gentlemen’s club, now dissolved, which was established in 1840. In 1950 it merged with the Bath Club, and was disbanded in...

29 March 2012

1846 – Platt Church, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Edmund Sharpe The architect’s second “pot church”, so-called because the main building material used in the construction of the church is terracotta. Terracotta is used as the facing material for both the...

11 December 2012

1848 – St. Peter’s Church, Great Windmill St., London

Architect: Raphael Brandon Raphael Brandon was a leading architecture writer and perhaps a less successful architect. With his brother, they jointly produced a series of three works on Early English ecclesiastical architecture that...

18 January 2011

1850 – Bank, Northampton

Architect: E.F. Law Published in The Builder, march 30, 1850.

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