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1895

12 February 2014

1895 – London & Counties Bank, Wimbledon, London

Architect: Cheston & Perkin Horace Cheston and his former assistant Joseph Craddock Perkin practised in partnership in London from 1892 to 1913. Finished in redbrick, sandstone trimming and terracotta. Now a branch of...

06 December 2013

1895 – “Churchcroft”, Puttenham, Surrey

Architect: Halsey Ricardo Illustration including ground plans. Published in The Building News 22nd March 1895

06 November 2012

1895 – Presbytery, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon

Architect: W.H. Byrne Solid late-Victorian house with bay windows on several sides, and rather awkward decorative pediments over paired ground-floor windows..

01 August 2012

1895 – Post Office, Calgary, Alberta

Architect: Thomas Fuller Post office and Federal Office by Dominion architect Thomas Fuller on 8th Avenue. Demolished circa 1929.

02 July 2012

1895 – House at Chippenham, Wiltshire

Architect: T.B. Silcock Perspective View including plans published in The Building News, November 8th 1895.

06 March 2012

1895 – Proposed Country Church, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: Edward Gabriel Published in The Building News, November 1st 1895.

22 February 2012

1895 – Rotherhithe Town Hall, London

Architect: Murray & Foster Accepted design for Rotherhithe Town Hall, View from Neptune Street and Lower Road. After Rotherhithe Council merged with the old Bermondsey Borough Council in 1905, it cease to be...

29 November 2011

1895 – Mulvey School, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: George Creeford Browne Mulvey School No. 3, completed in late 1895 and largely resembling its predecessor which was destroyed in a fire, had 12 classrooms and an assembly hall. By 1908, overcrowding...

02 March 2011

1895 – Friedhofskirche, Elberfeld, Germany

Architect: Professor Johannes Otzen The church floor plan is a Greek cross, with he powerful central octagonal tower (64 meters tall) standing at the crossing of the four short cross arms. Externally in...