2 edition of Some Victorian buildings in North Staffordshire. found in the catalog.
Some Victorian buildings in North Staffordshire.
Staffordshire (England). County Planning and Development Department.
The City of London School, a Victorian-era building on the north bank of the Thames River in London. Certificate - 'Exhibitor at Victorian State Schools Exhibition', Sep , Certificate presented to Florence Carrington, a pupil at Camberwell State School and exhibitor at the Victorian State Schools Exhibition. Some of the world’s most iconic buildings were erected during the Victorian age. Victorian architecture refers to the style of revived architecture; most of the styles of these buildings have predominantly been revived from the late 19th century also known as the Victorian age. Many historians believe that Victorian architecture had nothing novel about it, in fact most of the styles were.
Parrott's Audley Survey, ; Audley Terrier, -- History of the Manor of Tyrley -- Staffordshire Jurors Book, ; Cannock Chase Mining Cause, Mr Justice Talfourd's Record in Verse ; Partition of Cheadle Grange ; John Flower Sketches in William Salt Library -- Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Rolls, Some illustrated historic views of Staffordshire including hidden gems and their individual histories. The County of Staffordshire, road, canal and rail development and some of the county’s history through an illustrated selection of historic buildings and sites. Some magic, myths, mysteries and legends of Staffordshire.
(c) The former North Staffordshire Infirmary, which had a "working-man's contributory scheme" (photograph by Alf Beard, from Wikimedia Commons, slightly modified here). The book focuses on the rural Brixworth Union in Northamptonshire and its rich evidence of administratively-enforced hardship and concomitant protest against the crusade. STOKE ON TRENT WINTON SQUARE (north-east side), North Stafford Hotel (Formerly listed as North Staffordshire Hotel, previously listed as Stoke-on-Trent Main Station, The North Stafford Hotel, Nos (cons)) 19/04/72 GV II* Hotel. , as an integral part of the building of Stoke Station. Elizabethan/Jacobean style.
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One of Britain’s largest ever cannabis factories with a crop worth £3m has been discovered in a Grade II listed Victorian building. Officers. "In North Staffordshire there is a problem with building residential developments on brownfield sites.
I've been involved in one site where there are £6 million of costs in the : Phil Corrigan. A disused Victorian railway tunnel in Staffordshire has been offered for sale by the government. who has written books on the history of the North Staffordshire Railway, said the building of.
Leek is a civil parish in the district of Staffordshire Moorlands, Staffordshire, contains listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for these, one is listed at Grade I, the highest of the three grades, five are at Grade II*, the middle grade, and the others are at Grade II, the lowest grade.
Griff Rhys Jones, Victorian Society Vice President, has urged people living near the buildings on the list to ‘seize the opportunity’ and campaign to save them.
The Grade II listed Old Library in Stafford was designed by Briggs, Wolstenholme and Thorneley in and. Longnor is a village in the Staffordshire Peak District, settlement dates from early times, the first recorded church building being in the Middle village was named Longenalre in the Domesday d on a major crossroads, Longnor.
W. Pendleton House,Staten Island, New York. Emilio Guerra/Getty Images. Medieval architecture and the great cathedrals of the Gothic age inspired all sorts of flourishes during the Victorian era. Builders gave houses arches, pointed windows with diamond-shaped panes, and other elements borrowed from the Middle Ages.
Some Victorian buildings in North Staffordshire. book Diagonal window muntins—dominant vertical dividers in. North Staffordshire had some fine country and urban Houses which have been demolished or changed their usage. This book portrays c properties of which most are demolished, substantially ruined, or reduced, including Maer Hall, where some 70 Victorian rooms were removed in the s.
Some sites had several buildings over the : Cathryn Walton, Lindsey Porter. The Victoria County History of Staffordshire is part of a national series (the VCH) which was founded at the end of Queen Victoria's reign.
Although it bears her name, the history is not confined to the Victorian period but in fact aims to provide an authoritative account of the history of every town and village in England from the earliest times (starting with prehistory) to the present day.
Edited by J G Jenkins. Gives a detailed account of the history of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent. Victoria County History - Staffordshire. Originally. Alton Towers, Farley, Staffordshire, with many alterations and additions by A. Pugin (), carried out from until the time of his death.
This is a Grade II* listed building. The work was commissioned for the wealthy Roman Catholic Earl of Shrewsbury, John Talbot, whose patronage was so valuable to Pugin. Attractions. The following visitor attractions listings provide a quick overview and where we have them some brief accessibility details - we believe that having a disability should be no barrier to enjoying what North Staffordshire has to offer the tourist and we support Accessible Countryside for Everyone in promoting access to leisure activities and attractions.
Victorian Staffordshire Pottery Religious Figures. Stephen Duckworth. Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book 1. & N. Harding.
Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book 2. & N. The Pottery Trade and NOrth Staffordshire Lorna Weatherill. History of the Staffordshire Potteries. Simeon Shaw. Victorian Staffordshire Figures Portraits, Decorative & Other Figures, Dogs & Other Animals, Later Reproductions (Schiffer Book Reviews: 6.
Stoke-on-Trent is a city in Staffordshire, as The Potteries and is the home of the pottery industry in the United Kingdom.
Formed in from six towns, the city has almost listed buildings within the city. Many of these are connected with the pottery industry and the people involved with it. Welcome to my site devoted to early English enamel-painted earthenware figures. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with scholars, collectors, and those who simply like beautiful antique objects, and I assist novices and professionals with equal enthusiasm--and always at no charge.
“We hope to make the site a permanent reminder of the part coal played in the industrial history of North Staffordshire.” Coal was last mined at the Chatterley Whitfield over 40 years ago and it became a mining museum for some time following the pit closure.
The entire site has now been derelict, however, for nearly 30 years. 2 days ago In the s this fascinating and unique location opened for business but the area also holds other historic significance as it was the location of North Staffordshire's first public hospital.
For more information and to donate to the Victorian Society, visit The Victorian Society’s top 10 most endangered buildings of list. Shadwell Court, Brettenham, Norfolk, listed Grade I; Chatterley Whitfield Colliery, Chell, Staffordshire, listed Grade II* Former Church of St Luke, Warrington, Cheshire, listed.
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Do it now!FARMHOUSE (Built, (between) INDUSTRIAL to Victorian - AD to AD) Evidence EXTANT BUILDING Main Building Material BRICK Main Building Material TILE - MST A range of farm buildings to the north of Dove House Farm House.
The earliest part is the north range, which was possibly once a medieval monastic building.To make the information obtained available to the public, North Staffordshire Heritage is publishing a series of books and booklets based on these researches.
The first booklet in the series “The History of Tunstall Market” will be published later this year. POINT OF CONTACT. Our email address is [email protected] BC/DM ().