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01 May 2014

1898 – Board Schools, Yeovil, Somerset

Architect: J. Nicholson Johnston “These schools, which cost 1,390, arc built of brick with Hum stone dressings, and have accommodation for 600 scholars — 200 infants and 400 mixed. They are planned on...

01 May 2014

1898 – Cricket Pavilion, Denstone College, Staffordshire

Architect: Bertram Heywood “This building has recently been erected on a site adjoining the college chapel and overlooking the playing-field. It is built of red brick, with red sandstone dressings and green slate...

01 May 2014

1898 – ‘Belmont’, Langley, Kent

Architect: Heaton & Gibb Design for Tudor style house published in The Building News, July 1 1898.

01 May 2014

1899 – Mission Building, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Woodhouse & Willoughby “This design was one submitted by Messrs. Woodhouse and Willoughby, F.R.I.B.A., of Manchester, last year, in a limited competition, but without a professional assessor, under the motto “Evangel.” The...

01 May 2014

1900 – Church and Schools, Wareley Rd., Blackpool, Lancashire

Architect: Herbert Wade “These are to be built with Harpoint facings and Yorkshire stone dressings, and will accommodate 600. The cost of the church and schools will be £4,500. The rear portion of...

01 May 2014

1901 – Passmore Edwards Convalescent Home for Railway Men, Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell The Herne Bay Convalescent Home was the first of ten homes to be opened by the Railway Industry for railway workers; the idea of John Edwards Nichols, cashier of...

01 May 2014

1898 – Theatre Royal, Chatham, Kent

Architect: George E. Bond A was a 3,000 seat theatre built in 1899 and closed in 1955 and was converted into shops and a warehouse. In the late 1980s a campaign was started...

01 May 2014

1915 – Lloyds Bank, Manchester

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons The grand baroque Lloyd’s Bank is one of the the most imposing banks in Manchester. In a fine corner setting, this huge banking hall was completed in 1915...

01 May 2014

1910 – Design for Manchester Art Gallery

Architect: Warwick & Hall Ever since Manchester Corporation first took over the City Art Gallery in 1882 there have been plans to extend the premises. Finally in 1994, a competition was held, and...