1901 – Workers Dwellings, Bangor, Wales

Architect: D.J. Roberts


“These dwellings are. we understand, erected in the neighbourhood of Bangor, and form a compact and useful block, the plans of which are self explanatory. The front treatment is simple, and not unpicturesque. The materials used are brick to the head of ground-floor windows, above which is rough-cast. The gables and roof being tile-hung, thus the rough-cast and red tiles give colour to the block. Mr. D.J. Roberts, of Bangor, is the architect.”