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Architecture of Lancashire

13 July 2009

1904 – Hospital for Skin Diseases, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Mayor & Mayor

29 June 2009

1904 – New School, Clarksfield, Oldham, Lancashire

Architect: H.A. Cheers & Smith

13 July 2009

1904 – Princes Buildings, Oxford St., Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: I.R.E. Birkett The Prince’s Building in Oxford Street is one of the city’s few Art Nouveau buildings, though only the facade survives, the remainder of the building having been torn out and...

13 July 2009

1904 – Royal Infirmary, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Hall & Brooke

13 July 2009

1904 – Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons

05 January 2011

1904 – Temperance Union, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons Published in The Building News, August 28th 1903: “This building, which willshortly be erected upon an excellent site in Deansgate and Bootle-street Manchester, will be composed of buff...

29 June 2009

1905 – Carnegie Public Library, Accrington, Lancashire

Architect: W.J. Newton Still in use today as a public Library, this building is chiefly notable for its magnificent stained glass window on the main cantilevered staircase. The window by Liverpool stained glass...

13 July 2009

1905 – Hose Tower, London Road Fire Station, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Woodhouse, Willoughby & Langham The fire station opened in 1906 and was the centre of the fire service, ambulance service, police and coroners court for 80 years before its closure in 1986....

29 June 2009

1905 – Houses at Prestwich, Lancashire

Architect: Walter R. Sharp