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16 April 2013

1872 – Design for English Church in Rome

Architect: George Edmund Street Published in The Building News, May 24, 1872: “THE Church proposed to be built for the English congregation in Rome was designed by Mr. G. E. Street, for a...

16 April 2013

1872 – Proposing a Grand Central Station for Dublin

From The Building News, January 12 1872: “LONDON has not a central station, and what London can do without (says the Railway News) can scarcely be an absolute necessity in Dublin; nevertheless, we...

24 March 2013

1872 – Grim’s Dyke, Harrow Weald, Kent

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Grim’s Dyke (sometimes called Graeme’s Dyke until late 1891) was built in 1872 by Norman Shaw, and named after the nearby pre-historic earthwork known as Grim’s Ditch. The house...

21 March 2013

1872 – House at Brucon Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: Crace & Van Brunt Front & Side Elevation published in The Building News, March 22nd 1872: “Theresis insufficient repose in the United to expect much good art either in anything else. The...

16 March 2013

1872 – All Saints Church, Ryde, Isle of Wight

Architect: George Gilbert Scott Sometimes referred to as the “cathedral” of the Island, overlooking the Solent, built to a decorated gothic design by Sir Gilbert Scott in the 1870s. The foundation stone was...

14 March 2013

1872 – House, Bexley, Kent

Architect: Robert W. Edis Perspective View With Plan published in The Building News, March 15th 1872. “The small half-timbered house, of which we this week give plans and view, has lately been erected...

14 March 2013

1872 – St Mary’s Church, Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford

Architect: William Caldbeck / Ashlin & Coleman Designed by William Caldbeck in 1869 and constructed on a site donated by the local landowners, the Edgeworths. Later tower and spire were added by Ashline...

01 March 2013

1872 – Clergy House & Schools, St. Peter’s, Folkestone, Kent

Architect: S. Slingsby Stallwood The consecration of the new St. Peter’s as a chapel-of-ease took place of 30 July 1868 by the archbishop of Canterbury. St Peter’s became a separate parish the same...

23 February 2013

1872 – Highfield Grove, Stafford, Staffordshire

Architect: Robert Griffiths Robert Griffiths was the county surveyor of Staffordshire, England and an architect, noted mostly for asylum architecture, active in the mid- to late-19th century. Amongst his many works were the...