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1870

04 September 2012

1870 – Market Hall, Burnley, Lancashire

Architect: James Green Constructed but without the planned tower. Contained 32 shops and 132 linear yards of stalls. The market area was covered by a three span wrought iron and glass roof. Demolished...

19 July 2012

1870 – Church of St. Chad, Haggerston, London

Architect: James Brooks Interior view published in The Building News, September 9th 1870. A cruciform church with aisles. Central bell cote and tall, pyramidal leaded roof. Red brick with stone dressings. Very high...

02 July 2012

1870 – St. Peters Church, Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire

Architects: Thomas Rickman, Gilbert Scott, T. Willement Altar Window designed by T. Willement and published in The Building News, July 8th 1870. St. Peters Church is one of the earliest and best examples...

01 May 2012

1870 – Church, Ford End, Great Waltham, Essex

Architect: Fred Chancellor The foundation stone of the Church, laid in 1870 refers to the older name, Fourth End, instead of Ford End. Unfortunately, this church had structural problems because it had been...

17 January 2012

1870 – 98/99 Fetter Lane, London

Architect: Horace Gundry “This building is one of the earliest examples of the revival of the Jacobean and Queen Anne styles in London, having been erected in 1868-70. The premises were built for...

18 October 2011

1870 – Bank of Ireland, Tralee, Co. Kerry

Architect: Sandham Symes Still in use today, although a more recent banking hall has been constructed in front of the original house. The original house was converted to a bank by Sandham Symes...

25 March 2011

1870 – Presbyterian Church, Camberwell, London

Architect: F.C. Capes Design for a Presbyterian Church in Camberwell.

11 February 2011

1870 – Bishops House, Newark, New Jersey

Architects: Goldie & Child Published in The Building News, June 30th 1873. The idea of a new Cathedral church in the city of Newark was first proposed in 1859 by the then bishop,...

05 January 2011

1870 – Equitable Life Assurance Building, New York

Architect: George B. Post Constructed between 1868 and 1870 at 120 Broadway in New York City and was the first office building to feature passenger elevators. The building was destroyed by a fire...