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Architecture of South West England

09 December 2009

1886 – Bristol Dock Offices, Gloucestershire

Architect: W.V. Gough Perspective view including ground & first.floor plans published in The Building News, March 12th 1886.

11 December 2009

1886 – Church of St Elwyn’s, Hayle, Cornwall

Architect: John D. Sedding

13 April 2010

1886 – City of Exeter Lunatic Asylum, Devon

Architect: R. Stark Wilkinson Published in The Building News May 16th 1884. Built 1884-86. Closed in 1987. Chapel, Ballroom, Admin block and many of the wards fronting the original building have survived, converted...

26 June 2009

1886 – Down Park, Yelverton, Devon

Architect: B. Pethhick Described as the Property of John Pethick esq., and published in The Architect, February 19th 1886.

31 May 2010

1886 – Malborough College Chapel, Malborough, Wiltshire

Architect: Bodley & Garner South & End Elevations as published in The Building News, December 3rd 1886.

07 May 2010

1886 – New Church at Paignton, Devon

Architect: John D. Sedding Published in The Building News, December 31st 1886.

28 July 2012

1886 – Restoration of Church House, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Architect: Crickmay & Son Restoration of Church House for the Diocese of Salisbury. Elevations to South, River Front, Crane Street including ground & 1st floor plans. Published in The Building News, September 10th...

02 December 2009

1886 – Tregaddick, Near Bodmin, Cornwall

Architect: Silvanus Trevail Tregaddick Lodge in Blisland was designed by Silvanus Trevail as a summer residence for Sir Warwick Charles Morshead of Forest Lodge, Berkshire, and his bride. The Morsheads were local landowners,...

02 July 2012

1887 – Lodge at Flete, Devon

Architect: J.D. Sedding Perspective and plan published in The Building News, September 30th 1887.

02 July 2012

1887 – The Bennett Memorial, Frome-Selwood, Somerset

Architect: W.V. Gough Bennett is celebrated for having provoked the decision that the doctrine of the Real Presence is a dogma not inconsistent with the creed of the Church of England. This followed...