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Castlefield Congregational Chapel

Castlefield Congregational chapel is in the building located at 378 deansgate, Manchester, England. The building was originally opened as a congregational Church in 1858 and was designed by local architect Edward Walters. He was appointed by Engl ...

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Bedfordshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Berkshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Buckinghamshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Cambridgeshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Cheshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in County Durham

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Cumbria

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Derbyshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Devon

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Dorset

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in East Sussex

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Essex

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Gloucestershire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Greater Manchester

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Hampshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Herefordshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Hertfordshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Kent

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Lancashire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Leicestershire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Lincolnshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Norfolk

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in North Yorkshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Northamptonshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Nottinghamshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Oxfordshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Shropshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Somerset

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in South Yorkshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Staffordshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Suffolk

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Surrey

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Tyne and Wear

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Warwickshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in the West Midlands

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in West Sussex

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in West Yorkshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Wiltshire

                                               

Gothic Revival architecture in Worcestershire

                                               

Garth (Guilsfield)

Garth was an important and historic house in the village of Garth in Guilsfield in Montgomeryshire. In the 18th century it became the residence of the family of Mitton, which was originally the Mercers of Shrewsbury, who received its wealth from ...

                                               

St Werburghs Church, Birkenhead

Church of St. Werburghs in Grange road, Bristol, Liverpool, Merseyside, England. It is an active Roman Catholic Church in the diocese of Shrewsbury. The Church is included in the national heritage list for England as a designated grade II degree.

                                               

Church of All Saints, Hassop

All Saints Church, Hassop, Derbyshire is a Roman Catholic parish Church. Built in 1816-17, architect Joseph Ireland. It is a grade I listed building.

                                               

Queen Square House, Bristol

Queen square building is a historic building situated in Queen square, Bristol, England. Originally built in 1889 to the plans of William Venn Gough, as the port of Bristol authority docks office, he is in an ornate classical style with a roof in ...

                                               

Neoclassical architecture in Cheshire

                                               

Neoclassical architecture in Hertfordshire

                                               

Lamphey Court

The court of Lampi Greek Revival mansion to the North of the village of Lampi Pembrokeshire, South Wales, built in 1823 Charles Delamott Mathias from the profits of slavery on the plantations of Jamaica. He was appointed in 1970 as a significant ...

                                               

Monmouth Methodist Church

Monmouth Methodist Church is located in Monmouth, South East Wales. It is set away from St James street between the buildings. Designed by George Vaughan Maddox and built in 1837, it retains its original gallery, the loft on and challenging pulpi ...

                                               

Bardon Hall

                                               

Beaux-Arts architecture in Rhode Island

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