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Architecture of Lancashire

05 February 2011

1906 – Tower Buildings, Liverpool

Architect: Walter Aubrey Thomas The present structure is one of the earliest steel-framed buildings in England, and details of its architecture reflect the earlier fortified building on the site. It is clad in...

02 February 2011

1876 – House at Northenden, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Bell & Roper Perspective View & Ground Plan published in The Building News, November 24th 1876. Designed for L.Ward esq.

02 February 2011

1876 – House at Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Ed Salomons Perspective View incuding Plans, designed for Capt. H.A.Bennett, and published in The Building News, October 13th 1876.

02 February 2011

1872 – Church of St. Bridget, Wavertree, Liverpool

Architect: E.A. Heffer Elevation, section & plans from The Building News, December 8th 1876. The foundation stone was laid on 21 September 1868 and the church was consecrated in 1872. It was originally...

15 January 2011

1856 – Town Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire

Architect: James Paterson The construction of Blackburn’s original, Italian renaissance style town hall was completed in 1856 at a cost of £35,000. It originally housed a police station with 18 cells, a large...

15 January 2011

1880 – Villa, Blackburn, Lancashire

Architect: Waugh & Isitt “We have received no particulars descriptive of this villa residence at Blackburn, of which we are enabled to give a plan and view of the entrance-front to-day. The materials...

05 January 2011

1904 – Temperance Union, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons Published in The Building News, August 28th 1903: “This building, which willshortly be erected upon an excellent site in Deansgate and Bootle-street Manchester, will be composed of buff...

22 November 2010

1895 – Labourer’s Dwellings, Oldham Road, Manchester

Architect: Spalding & Cross Designed for the Corporation of Manchester, perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, December 13th 1895.

03 November 2010

1887 – Leyland Free Library & Museum, Hindley, Lancashire

Architect: Thomas Worthington & Elgood Perspective published in The Architect, January 27th 1887.