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04 July 2012

1899 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Darling & Pearson Dismantled stone by stone in 1910 and re-erected in Regina, Saskatchewan. A replacement bank building, even more grandiose was designed and built by Darling & Pearson.

11 June 2012

1899 – Cottages, Matlock Dale, Derbyshire

Architect: E. Guy Dawber & Whitwell “This group of cottages, now building at Matlock, calls for no special mention. The walls are of local grit-stone, with the upper part brick, roughcasted and coloured,...

29 March 2012

1899 – Canada House, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: Gingell & Bligh-Bond “Canada House, of which we give an illustration is being erected at the corner of Baldwin-street, Bristol, by Messrs. Ford and Canning. The upper floors will be used as...

24 February 2012

1899 – Highfield, Belper, Derbyshire

Architects: Hunter & Woodhouse Designed for Maurice Hunter, by Hunter & Woodhouse. Perspective view & plans, published in the The Building News, February 3rd 1899.

19 February 2012

1899 – Royal Duchess Theatre, Balham, London

Architect: W.G.R. Sprague The Royal Duchess Theatre had a flamboyant Beaux-Arts style exterior was topped by a huge copper dome which was surmounted by a cupola, upon which was a posed a Classical...

08 April 2011

1899 – Baltic Chambers, Glasgow

Architect: Duncan McNaughton Baltic Chambers comprises a substantial B listed red sandstone building extending over the basement, ground and five upper floors, surmounted by a pitched, tiled roof. “This block of buildings has...

27 March 2011

1899 – Terriss Theatre, Rotherhithe, London

Architect: W.G.R. Sprague The interior decorations were in Louis XV style, cream and gold prevailing; there were two tiers only, and an absence of pillars. Became known as the Rotherhithe Hippodrome in 1907,...

20 February 2011

1899 – Haydock Park, Lancashire

Architect: Mangnall & Littlewoods “These buildings are nearing completion. The design was selected in a limited competition, the cost being about £H,000. The architects are Messrs. Mangnall and Littlewoods. The plan given with...

05 February 2011

1899 – Post Office, Liverpool

Architect: Henry Tanner Probably one of the finest post office buildings in the UK, reminiscent of a French chateau. Unfortunately, the building was severely damaged in the May blitz in 1941, resulting in...