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02 September 2012

1871 – The County Court, Barnsley, Yorkshire

Architect: T.C. Sorby Fine classical courthouse constructed in the early 1870s. No longer in use as a courthouse. Perspective View published in The Building News, August 4th 1871.

11 August 2012

1871 – Science Schools, South Kensington Museum, London

Architect: Major-General Henry Y.D. Scott Designed for the Science & Art Department, elevation, and details published in The Building News, March 10th 1876. As Director of New Buildings at the South Kensington Museum...

01 March 2012

1871 – City Portrait Room, Carlisle Rd., Derry

Architect: William McElwee Building for Hugh Kerr, photographer – finished in polychrome brick with Dungiven sandstone dressings

28 February 2012

1871 – Southsea Baths & Assembly Rooms, Hampshire

Architect: Davis & Emanuel Published in The Building News, October 6 1871.

14 January 2012

1871 – Church of the Annunciation, Chislehurst, Kent

Architect: James Brooks A lofty building with beautiful stained glass and wall paintings designed to uplift and inspire the worshipper. The church of the Annunciation was funded by the people of Chislehurst, designed...

11 January 2012

1871 – Farm Homestead at Lawford Hall, Essex

Architect: W. Lewis Baker “These buildings were erected in the year 1871, for. M. Nichols, Esq., of Lawford Hall near Manningtree. The buildings and the two open yards shown on the plan attached...

01 December 2011

1871 – St. Patrick’s Church, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: J.J. McCarthy Originally published in the journal The Builder, 4 March 1871. Illustration of building as planned by McCarthy.

09 October 2011

1871 – Sir William Powell Alms Houses, Fulham, London

Architect: J.P. Seddon Design for new almshouses to be erected in Fulham, and published in The Building News, May 12th 1871. “THE illustration which, according to a recent promise, we give this week...

03 October 2011

1871 – Proposed East End, Little Gaddesden Church, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire

Architect: E.W. Godwin Proposed decorative scheme for the east end of Little Gaddesden Church. Published in The Building News, July 7th 1871.