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Architecture of Gloucestershire

01 May 2013

1873 – Highlands or Beaudesert Park School, Gloucestershire

Architect: Ewan Christian Constructed between 1871-73 for Caroline Frith, the widow of a wealthy London banker. An early example of the influence of Richard Norman Shaw’s work on an older architect, although Christian...

06 March 2013

1871 – Selected Design for Bristol Assize Courts

Architect: Popes & Bindon The assize courts were attached to the rear of the Guildhall between 1867-70, by TS Pope and J Bindon. Constructed after a contentious architectural competition, it is a Grade...

06 February 2013

1861- Gloucester Probate Court, Gloucestershire

Architect: Fulljames & Waller Building still extant but no longer in use as probate court. Published in The Building News, March 6 1861: “ERECTED by Thomas Holt, Esq., the diocesan registrar and secretary...

06 October 2012

1876 – House at Stoke Bishop, Bristol, Gloucestershire

Architect: Stuart Colman Front Perspective & Plans published in The Building News, July 14th 1876.

25 July 2012

1877 – Proposed arrangement of interior, Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire

Architect: George Gilbert Scott Interior View shewing proposed arrangement of portion of Choir. Some restoration undertaken in the 19th century under Sir Gilbert Scott included the rood screen that replaced the one removed...

20 May 2012

1920 – Proposal for Hydropathic Baths, Cleeve Hall, Cheltenham

Architect: Healing & Overbury Illustration published in The Building News, October 22 1920.

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

1877 – Christchurch, Sneyd Park, Bristol

Architect: Stuart Colman Anglican church constructed in upmarket Victorian suburb of Bristol. Constructed although with a different tower and spire than depicted in the architectural press at the time. Similar in elements to...

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...