Architect: George Smith Published in The Building News, September 23rd 1887
Architect: Hornblower & Son Published in The Building News, October 7th 1887. The second hall built by the Heskeths in Rufford. This building was turned from a stately home, to a hospital and...
Architect: Peddie & Kinnear Built in a modified form without the central archway, and still in use for a varied collection of businesses. The building has two curving corners at either end. To...
Architect: Driver & Rew Perspective View including ground plans as published in The Building News, March 16th1877.
Architect: F.N. Pettingell Published in The Building News, March 30th 1877.
Architect: W. Swinden Barber Erected at the cost of Col. Akroyd and published in The Building News, May 11th 1877.
Architect: Richard Norman Shaw In Old Swan House, Richard Shaw’s unusual design includes such English Baroque architectural elements as bay windows and dormers. The broad white cornice over the second floor divides the...
Architect: W.S.R. Payne View with elevations & details published in The Building News, June 22nd 1877.
Architect: John Nicholls Perspective including ground plan as published in The Building News, June 1st 1877.
Engineer: E. Perrett Sectional Perspective View of First & Second Class Swimming Baths for the Chelsea Swimming Bath Co., published in The Building News, June 29th 1877.