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24 October 2012

1882 – St. Joseph’s Church, Boyle, Co. Roscommon

Architect: Goldie & Child Constructed from 1875-1882. Built in the Gothic style, it had a magnificent pitch pine, hammerbeam roof, and a striking rose stained glass window above the altar. The church was...

20 October 2012

1882 – New Municipal Buildings, Inverness, Scotland

Architect: William Lawrie Built in a Flemish-Baronial style, and still in use today as the Town House. Constructed to the design of local architect William Lawrie as a larger version of Sir George...

31 August 2012

1892 – Selected design for Llanelli Town Hall, Wales

Architect: William Griffiths Selected design after a competition for a new town hall for Llanelli. In August 1892, the architect Charles Barry, appointed official adjudicator, considered the twentyfive plans submitted. The winning design...

18 August 2012

1882 – House at Cranbrook, Kent

Architect: W. West Neve & Ernest Newton Perspective View with plan published in The Building News, July 28th 1882.

04 July 2012

1882 – Manitoba College, Winnipeg

Architect: Barber & Barber Originally built as a Methodist College, until the the buildings were purchased by the Jesuits in 1930 for St. Paul’s College. It remained in use until 1964. Demolished. Quite...

06 March 2012

1882 – St. Lukes Art Workshops, Myrtle St., Liverpool

Architect: Henry Sumners Perspective view including ground plan as published in The Building News, June 23rd 1882. Designed by Henry Summers, this building became the studio and offices of Norbury, Upton & Paterson,...

16 February 2012

1882 – Holy Trinity Church, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Architect: John Oldrid Scott In 1878 it was decided to enlarge the chancel and add a vestry to an existing church on this sute, but before the work commenced a fire damaged the...

15 February 2012

1882 – House at Ewhurst, Surrey

Architect: Aston Webb Perspective view including plans. Described as “About to be Erected” and published in The Building News, December 30th 1881. “This house is to be built at Ewhurst, in charming country,...

04 January 2012

1882 – Irish Church Missions, No.28 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin

A well maintained building with wide round-headed windows at ground level. This shopfront is in the style of the Wide Streets Commissioners but much later.