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10 January 2012

1897 – Bonded Warehouse, 44 Washington St., Glasgow, Scotland

Architect: A.V. Gardner Built between 1896 and 1907 and at that time was claimed to be the biggest bonded warehouse in the world. It is actually two buildings by different architects. The north...

31 May 2010

1886 – Warehouses on the fomer site of St. Paul’s Schools, London

Architect: Delissa Joseph & Frederick Hemings Warehouses on the fomer site of St. Paul’s Schools and St.Paul’s Churchyard. North Wing & Centre Block by Delissa Joseph. South Wing by Frederick Hemings. Published in...

03 May 2010

1886 – Warehouses, Farringdon Street, London

Architect: Thomas Green & Son Published in The Building News, December 24th 1886.

07 January 2010

1830 – Merchant’s Quay, Drogheda, Co. Louth

This handsome former corn and flour mill displays the balanced proportions and fine detailing typical of nineteenth century architectural developments.

09 December 2009

1886 – Rice Mills & Warehouses, Liverpool, Lancashire

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

23 October 2009

1875 – Thames Steam-Ferry Company Warehouses, London

Architect: A.R. Stenning & T.B. Tyerhan From The Architect, November 13, 1875: The Thames Steam-Ferry Company propose to erect warehouses i on the land they have taken at the Tunnel Wharf, Wapping, and...

11 October 2009

1883 – New Harbour Offices & Warehouses, Aberdeen, Scotland

Architect: Matthews & Mackenzie Perspective view as published in The Building News, December 14th 1883.

01 October 2009

1879 – New Clothing Manufactory & Warehouse, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Thomas Ambler Front Perspective View including plan as published in The Building News, January 17th 1879. Now a Grade II* listed Moorish factory, converted to offices of St Paul’s House in Park...

29 September 2009

1836 – Ulster Canal Stores, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan

Former stores for the now defunct Ulster Canal. Originally fronted by a small harbour and alongside a humpbacked bridge over the canal which provided access to the first floor stores, the building has...