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Church of St Peter, Wolviston

The church is a plain brick building, at the east end of the village, and consists of a nave, with chancel and bell turret. It will seat 250, and was erected in 1876, at a cost of £2500. 43 more words


Ambleside: Wray Castle

Located at Claife Wray is Wray Castle, the former home built for the retired Liverpool surgeon James Dawson. The elaborate house was designed and built by the 19th century accountant John Jackson Lightfoot. 126 more words

19th Century Architecture

RELEASE: Gothic Revival by Carson Buckingham

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of

Gothic Revival  by Carson Buckingham

Alex and Leo Renfield are a husband and wife contractor team who’ve recently moved to the village of Woodhaven, Connecticut to escape the chaos of life in New York. 358 more words

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Lichfield Cathedral: West Front Central Doorway

The rebuilding of the west front of Lichfield Cathedral was began shortly after 1285. The central doorway is richly decorated and features sculpted figures on the central pillar and sides of the porch. 111 more words


Canada has two seasons: winter and construction - The Royal Canadian Mint.

 “At that time, this High Victorian Gothic Style was seen as yet another link with Great Britain in general and a Westminster democracy in particular.”

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St Mary RC Church, Stockton, Stockton-on-Tees

Roman Catholic church. Opened 1842. Design attributed to A W N Pugin, later additions north transept, east vestries and apparently the tower – by Messrs C Hadfield & Sons. 108 more words


Henley In Arden: The Old School

Located on High Street is the former school. Built in a Gothic Revival style in 1883, the single storey building features limestone ashlar dressings, central bell turret and brick chimneys. 26 more words

19th Century Architecture