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Architecture of South West England

25 June 2009

1860 – St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Architect: Cornelis Outshoorn

25 June 2009

1860 – Stanley Farm, Near Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: George Godwin

06 February 2013

1861- Gloucester Probate Court, Gloucestershire

Architect: Fulljames & Waller Building still extant but no longer in use as probate court. Published in The Building News, March 6 1861: “ERECTED by Thomas Holt, Esq., the diocesan registrar and secretary...

15 October 2009

1862 – Church, Ilminster, Somerset

Architect: J. Mountford Allen From The Building News, January 31, 1862: This little church near Ilminster Somerset was rebuilt a few years ago to the memory of Stephen Pitt Esq by his widow...

24 June 2010

1863 – Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth, Devon

Architect: C.F. Hayward “The building of which we give illustrations (to be called ” The Duke of Cornwall Hotel”) is about to be erected at Plymouth, for the Plymouth Hotel Company, on a...

24 June 2010

1864 – Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the...

24 March 2014

1864 – National Provincial Bank, Corn St., Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: W. Bruce Gingell Early branch for the National Provincial Bank.

10 December 2012

1867 – New Public buildings at Penzance, Cornwall

Architect: John Matthews According to Polsue, Joseph. A complete parochial history of the county of Cornwall; William Lake, Truro & John Camden Hotten, London: 1867–72., “The chief attractive feature of Penzance, and the...

06 March 2013

1868 – Godwin & Crisp’s design for Bristol Assize Courts

Architect: Godwin & Crisp In 1868, an architectural competition was held for a new law courts building for Bristol. After the judging, led by Alfred Waterhouse, it was found that the three pseudonymous...