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13 October 2009

1870 – Offices, Throgmorton Street, London

Architect: Howard Chatfield Clarke From The Builder March 19, 1870: The building we illustrate is in the course of execution for Mr Travers Smith and has two fronts one in Throgmorton street the...

13 October 2009

1870 – Scandinavian Church, Rotherhithe, London

Architect: Giles & Biven From The Builder March 12, 1870: So numerous are the Norwegian and Swedish Seamen who come to the port of London that it is proposed to build a church...

13 October 2009

1870 – Philiosophical Institution and Library, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: Foster & Ponton From The Builder March 5 1870: The building for those amalgamated institutions at the top of Park street close to several other important edifices is progressing towards completion and...

13 October 2009

1879 – Church of St. Mary, Woolwich, London

Architect: James Brooks Perspective views as published in The Building News, December 19th 1879. “The church which we illustrate to-day is about to be erected on the site of the present inconvenient and...

13 October 2009

1879 – Carlyle House, Chelsea Embankment, London

Architect: A. Croft Including ground & 1st floor plans, perspective published in The Building News, May 9th 1879.

13 October 2009

1879 – Southport Glaciarium & Ice Manufacturing Co., Lancashire

Architect: Bell & Roper One of the earliest artificial skating rinks in the world was constructed at Southport. The foundation stone was laid by Lord Clarence Paget on April 5th, 1877, it cost...

13 October 2009

1879 – House at Northampton, Northamptonshire

Architect: E.W. Godwin

13 October 2009

1879 – Dairy Cottage, Highfield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Architect: Treasure & Son Perspective including ground & Chamber Plans as published in The Building News, Febraury 7th 1879. “This dairy cottage is now being built for Thomas Middleton Howells, Esq., from the...

12 October 2009

1879 – Church of St. Mary, Holmbury, Surrey

Architect: George Edmund Street When Street visited the picturesque village of Felday in Surrey in 1872, his wife Mariquita liked it so much that she described it as “Heaven’s Gate.” The couple decided...