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Architecture of Wales

04 September 2009

1860 – Wynnstay Hall, Ruabon, Wales

Parts of the grounds were landscaped by Capability Brown and the park was regarded as one of the largest and most important in Wales, containing several important monuments; a column by James Wyatt,...

08 March 2013

1861 – Denbigh Railway Station, Wales

Architect: Lloyd Williams & Underwood Constructed for the Vale of Clwyd Railway which was a standard-gauge line which connecting the towns of Rhyl and Denbigh via St. Asaph. The line was closed to...

08 February 2013

1862 – Former Probate Registry, Cardiff Road, Llandaff, Wales

Architect: John Prichard Grade 2 listed, and now in use as commercial offices. From The Building News: “This building has a recessed porch communicating with a vestibule, to the right of which is...

24 June 2010

1864 – Lunatic Asylum, Carmarthen, Wales

Architect: David Brandon “This asylum is now being erected for the joint counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, on an elevated and picturesque site, known as the Job’s Well estate, near Carmarthen, consisting...

08 February 2013

1869 – The Ham, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, Wales

Architect: Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt From The Building News: “The house is built of limestone raised on the estate ; internally it is wainscoted neatlv throughout with oak, walnut, and olive wood”, the...

09 June 2009

1870 – Cardiff Castle, Wales

Architect: William Burges A Norman castle but substantially altered and extended during the Victorian period (1860s and 1870s) by John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute, and the architect William Burges. Original Norman work...

27 July 2010

1870 – Working Men’s Institute, Monmouth, Wales

Architect: Benjamin Lawrence Perspective View & Plans published in The Building News, December 4th 1870. “THIS building was opened on Thursday, the 15th of October. It has been built by a charitable lady,...

09 June 2009

1870s – Castell Coch, Cardiff

Architect: William Burges Castell Coch, or in Welsh, the Red Castle is an elaborately decorated Victorian folly designed by Burges for John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute and built in the 1870s. However,...

08 March 2011

1871 – Terrace, Aberystwyth, Wales

Architect: J.P. Seddon Published in The Building News, March 17 1871.