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Architecture of Berkshire

15 June 2009

1879 – House at Wokingham, Berkshire

Architect: Ernest Newton

21 September 2009

1879 – Queensmead, Windsor, Berkshire

Architect: Walter F. Lyon Perspective view published in The Building News, July 18th 1879. “Tms mansion is now being built at Windsor, on a piece of ground which is being laid out with...

15 June 2009

1879 – The Windsor & Eaton Albert Institute, Windsor, Berkshire

Architect: H.F. Bacon & E. Ingress Bell From Marshall’s Guide to Windsor dating from the earliest years of the reign of George V, the following description: This handsome building was erected as a...

09 September 2010

1879 – Villa Residence, Ascot, Berkshire

Architect: R. Adolphus Gane Designed for J. Ashby esq. and published in The Building News, August 8th 1879. “This house, which occupies a very fine position overlooking the race-course at Ascot, contains :...

02 September 2010

1880 – New Stewards Residence, Nalder Hill, Newbury, Berkshire

Architect: G. Atkinson Barnes Perspective View including ground plan, designed for Sir Richard Sutton and published in The Building News, January 16th 1880.

17 September 2009

1880 – House at Sunninghill, Berkshire

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, May 7th 1880.

21 July 2009

1880 – New Public Buildings, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: Thomas Lainson Competition entry for new municipal buildings. Perspective view & ground plan published in The Building News, January 30th 1880.

31 August 2009

1880 – School, Stanford in the Vale, Berkshire

Architect:William Penstone Perspective view published in The Building News, October 1st 1880. “Erected a short time since from the designs and under the superintendence of the late Mr. WilUam Penstone, architect, from whose...

31 August 2009

1880 – School, Wallingford, Berkshire

Architect: William Penstone Perspective view published in The Building News, October 1st 1880. The school was built by the School Board for Cholsey, near Wallingford, the materials being brick and stone.