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1878

16 April 2012

1878 – St. Mark’s Church, Horsham, Sussex

Architect: Habershon, Spalding & Brock Design published in The Building News, March 15th 1878. Demolished except for the tower and spire in the 1980s, and now surrounded by poor quality architectural dross.

16 April 2012

1878 – The David Thomas Memorial Church & Schools, Bristol

Architect: Stuart Colman The David Thomas Memorial church was erected 1879-81 but demolished in 1987 destroying most of a Gothic fantasy by Stuart Coleman. The building still retains a thin octagonal spire and...

16 April 2012

1878 – Design for Church of St. Mary Magdalen, Woolwich, London

Architect: William Young Design for the remodeling of St. Mary Magdalen church of 1740, published in The Building News, May 24th 1878. Never carried out, the church was later extended by John Oldrid...

15 April 2012

1878 – Church, Caversham, Oxfordshire

Architect: Morris & Stallwood A largely 15th-century church before the addition of a three stage tower and south aisle by Morris & Stallwood in 1878. Published in The Building News, march 8 1878.

15 April 2012

1884 – St. Finnian’s Church, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick

Architect: G.C. Ashlin Completed in 1884, but designed in 1877-78 with illustrations published in The Building News, March 22nd 1878.

21 March 2012

1878 – The Exchange Art Galleries, Liverpool

Architects: Salomons, Wornum & Ely Commercial art galleries for Messrs. Agnew & Sons, published in The Building News, September 20th 1878. Agnew & Sons were prominent art dealers, with premises in Manchester and...

14 March 2012

1878 – Firmount, Naas, Co. Kildare

Architect: Noble Colclough Colclough was a civil engineer and architect, of Dublin, who died at the age of thirty-three on 21 June 1880 and was buried in Mount Jerome cemetery. Little is known...

30 March 2011

1878 – Messrs. Doulton Studios & Showrooms, Lambeth, London

Architect: Tarring, Son & Wilkinson Now known as Southbank House, the only surviving part of the Doulton Pottery complex in Lambeth, south London and constructed as the pottery’s museum and art school. Boldly...

04 January 2011

1878 – “Blair Hyrne”, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London

Architect: Batterbury & Huxley Elevations, Section & Plans and details from The Building News, March 29th 1878.