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1875

03 July 2012

1875 – New Stillhouse & Engine Room, Wandsworth Distillery, London

Architect: E.F.C. Clarke New Stillhouse & Engine Room published in The Building News, February 26th 1875.

02 July 2012

1875 – Flour Mill & Proposed Miller’s Cottage, Salop, Shropshire

Architect: T.T. Smith Near Hinnington. Published in The Building News,April 2nd 1875.

11 June 2012

1875 – Priory House Hotel, Walsall, Staffordshire

Architect: E.F.C. Clarke Published in The Building News, February 26th 1875.

11 June 2012

1875 – St. Matthews Church, Lightcliffe, Yorkshire

Architect: W. Swinden Barber Built by Major Foster and designed by W.S. Barber. Published in The Building News, May 17th 1878. This church was completed in 1875 to replace the old church down...

03 June 2012

1875 – Holdenby House, Northamptonshire

Architect: Slater & Carpenter The original Holdenby Palace was completed in 1583 and was one of the largest houses in England, constructed around two courtyards. It was largely demolished in the late 17th...

17 March 2012

1875 – Warehouse, Ray Street, London

Architect: Rowland Plumbe Perspective view published in The Building News, May 7th 1875. Rowland Plumbe was mainly known for being the architect of many residential schemes across London, many being considered the first...

25 February 2011

1875 – Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London

Architect: Edward Middleton Barry Design published in The Building News, July 30th 1875.

24 February 2011

1875 – St. Saviours Church for the Deaf & Dumb, Oxford Street, London

Architect: Arthur W. Blomfield In June 1875 a church named St. Saviours was opened on a site in Oxford Street that had been leased to the Association for The Deaf & Dumb by...

15 February 2011

1875 – St. Stephen’s Club, Westminster, London

Architect: John Whichcord The Club was founded in 1870 under the patronage of Benjamin Disraeli, later Earl of Beaconsfield, as a convenient meeting place for Conservative Members of Parliament close to the House....