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Alfred Saxon Snell

01 May 2014

1901 – Passmore Edwards Convalescent Home for Railway Men, Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell The Herne Bay Convalescent Home was the first of ten homes to be opened by the Railway Industry for railway workers; the idea of John Edwards Nichols, cashier of...

06 July 2010

1902 – House at Belvedere Drive, Wimbledon, London

Architect: A. Saxon Snell & E. Godfrey Page Elevations to Belvedere Drive & Garden Front Section, Ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, August 22nd 1902.

04 January 2010

Saxon Snell, Alfred Walter (1860-1949)

Alfred Walter Saxon Snell was born in 1860, the second son of London-based hospital architect Henry Saxon Snell. Alfred was articled to his father 1877-80 and studied at University College and the Architectural...

04 September 2009

1897 – Passmore Edwards Convalescent Home, Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell Built of Canterbury red brick with Monks Park bath stone dressings under a Brosely red tile roof the design was said to avoid the idea of an “institution” as...

06 August 2009

1905 – The Public Baths, Stratford, London

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell

27 July 2009

1898 – St. Marylebone Workhouse, Marylebone, London

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell A major phase of new building took place in 1897-1901 at the St. Marylebone Workhouse. This comprised two five-storey blocks for aged and infirm males at the north fronting...

08 June 2009

Saxon Snell, Henry

Henry Saxon Snell, the son of George Blagrave Snell, lived and practised in London, England. Between 1878 and 1891, he was in partnership with his sons, Harry Saxon Snell and Alfred Saxon Snell,...