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Architecture of Lancashire

09 December 2009

1886 – Rice Mills & Warehouses, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Frederick Dresser Perspective View & Plan published in The Building News, February 12th 1886.

03 December 2009

1888 – High Altar & Reredos, Church of the Holy Name, Manchester

Architect: Joseph Hansom The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus is located on Oxford Road in the heart of Manchester University’s campus in Manchester. It was built between 1869 and 1871 and...

03 December 2009

1885 – Beecham’s Pills New Manufactory, St. Helens, Lancashire

Architect: H.V. Krolow Thomas Beecham, born in Oxfordshire in 1820, began selling his pills and cures as a travelling salesman in the 1840s. Moving first to Liverpool and then Wigan, Thomas bought property...

30 November 2009

1886 – Selected Design, Liverpool Cathedral Competition

Architect: William Emerson William Emerson’s design for Liverpool Cathedral, which was submitted in competition with James Brookes and Bodley & Garner, was placed first, but was not built. The site was different from...

30 November 2009

1884 – Rawtenstall Public Library & Municipal Offices, Lancashire

Architect: A.T. Butler

18 November 2009

1905 – Wallasey Town Hall, Lancashire

Architect: Briggs & Wolstenholme Unrealised designs for Wallasey Town Hall as published in The Building News August 4th 1905.

10 November 2009

1893 – Higher Grade School, Ardwick, Lancashire

Architect: Maxwell & Tuke Perspective including ground plans published in The Building News, April 14th 1893.

04 November 2009

1875 – New League Hall, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Murray & Thomas From The Architect, February 20, 1875: This building, which is to be erected at the corner of St. Ann’s Place and Rose Place, Liverpool, will comprise a hall, the...

30 October 2009

1888 – Business Premises, Southport, Lancashire

Architect: Hurst & Bolshaw

25 October 2009

1880 – Commercial Sale Room Buildings, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: J. Francis Doyle “This building, erected for the sale of fruit and provisions, comprises a sale-room built in the form of an amphitheatre, with gallery round three sides, over 40ft. square, occupying...