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Architecture of Yorkshire

26 January 2012

1876 – St. Alban’s Church, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: J.T. Walford Perspective view including ground plans published in The Building News, March 12 1880. Built in a cruciform structure of brick in the Early English style, costing over £5,100, St. Alban’s...

10 December 2011

1860 – The Phoenix Inn, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: William R. Corson Published in The Building News, February 10, 1860. “THE Phoenix Inn, Leeds (a view of which forms our illustration this week), was erected for Mr. William Sadler upon land...

10 December 2011

1866 – Exchange Buildings, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire

Design for new exchanges buildings for Hull.

02 October 2011

1887 – Simonstone Hall, Yorkshire

Architect: Carpenter & Ingelow Now a hotel, this former country house is a picturesque rambling Victorian composition. Typical of the work of Carpenter who was adept at designing in many variants of historical...

06 July 2011

1891 – High School for Girls, Blackburn, Yorkshire

Architect: Stones & Gradwell Published in the American Architect and Building News, June 6, 1891.

06 July 2011

1900 – Design for Cartwright Memorial Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire

Architect: H. & E. Martin Unsuccessful entry to design multi-purpose hall for Bradford. Published in American Architect and Building News, January 27, 1900.

02 July 2011

1879 – St. Silas Church, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire

Architect: Samuel Musgrave From The Architect October 25, 1879,: “St Silas is described as being designed in a simple style of Gothic, and executed in best quality plain red stock brick, stone being...

17 May 2011

1874 – School, Keyingham, Yorkshire

Architect: Robert Clamp From The Building News: “The new schools are situated in the centre of an irregular plot of ground facing the Salter-road, in the outskirts of the village. They are to...

06 March 2011

1884 – Clothing Factory, Wellington Street, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: W.S. Braithwaite Designed for Messrs. J. Hepworth & Son and published in The Building News, March 21th 1884. In 1864 Joseph Hepworth went into business with James Rhodes, his wife’s brother, as...