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Architecture of Warwickshire

02 July 2012

1870 – St. Peters Church, Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire

Architects: Thomas Rickman, Gilbert Scott, T. Willement Altar Window designed by T. Willement and published in The Building News, July 8th 1870. St. Peters Church is one of the earliest and best examples...

08 June 2012

1900 – Carlton Theatre, Saltley, Birmingham

Architect: Thomas Guest The Carlton Theatre on the corner of Saltley Road and Nechells Place, Birmingham was designed by Thomas Guest at a cost of £14,000. The Theatre opened on the 16th of...

03 March 2012

1904 – House, Rugby, Warwickshire

Architect: John W. Simpson Perspective View published in The Building News, May 27th 1904.

06 July 2011

1884 – Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital

Architect: Payne & Talbot Construction on the eye hospital began in 1881 in the Gothic Revival style and was completed in 1884. The building was used as offices and not as a hospital...

02 February 2011

1875 – Church of St. Catherine of Siena, Birmingham

Architect: Dunn & Hansom Published in The Building News, October 29th 1875.

02 February 2011

1876 – Design for Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire

Architect: Fred W. Roper Competitive Design for Shakespeare Memorial Theatre – later designed and built by Dodgshun & Unsworth. West Elevation with Plan published in The Building News, July 21 1876.

21 October 2010

1887 – The Peoples Chapel, Great King Street, Birmingham

Architect: Crouch & Butler Front Perspective published in The Architect, December 30th 1887. Designedfor The Rev. A. Clifton Mogg.

21 October 2010

1888 – County Brewery, Aston New Town, Birmingham

Architect: Essex & Nichol Designed for Mr. W. King and published in The Architect, February 10th 1888.

21 October 2010

1886 – Working Boy’s Home, Deritend, Birmingham

Architect: E.J. Yates Designed for for the Rev. A. Clifton Mogg,and published in The Architect, December 30th 1887.