1880 – Church of St. Peter, Plymouth, Devon
The Sanctuary was erected to the designs of George Edmund Street.
“The building that has been known by this name for some 40 years was originally built for Rev.
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1873 – St.Gregory’s Church & Monastery, Downside, Somerset
Perspective View published in The Building News, May 30th 1873. The building was begun in the 19th century,
1881 – Savoy Theatre, Victoria Embankment, London
Richard D’Oyly Carte bought the site of the former Savoy Palace (later the Savoy Hospital) in 1880 to build the Savoy Theatre specifically for the production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas,
1881 – The Exchange Station, Liverpool, Lancashire
Third Premiated Design for The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company. The directors of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway selected the following designs –
1882 – Technical School, Bradford, Yorkshire
Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, June 18th 1880.
1881 – Cloverley Hall, Calverhall, Shropshire
The main house was demolished in 1927, leaving the service wing and ancillary buildings. Originally built between 1864 and 1870 by architect William Eden Nesfield for Liverpool banker John Pemberton Heywood.
1880 – Studios, Park Road, Hampstead, London
“Tins building has been erected in the Park-road, Haverstock Hill, with a view to meet the greatly-increasing demand for spacious,
1880 – Church of St. George, Glascote, Tamworth, Staffordshire
Perspective View including ground plan as published in The Building News, June 18 1880.