Architecture of Gloucestershire
1860 – Stanley Farm, Near Bristol, Gloucestershire
1861- Gloucester Probate Court, Gloucestershire
Building still extant but no longer in use as probate court. Published in The Building News,
1864 – Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol
The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the world.
1864 – National Provincial Bank, Corn St., Bristol, Gloucestershire
Early branch for the National Provincial Bank.
1868 – Godwin & Crisp’s design for Bristol Assize Courts
In 1868, an architectural competition was held for a new law courts building for Bristol.
1869 – Granary, Bristol, Gloucestershire
The Granary was built in 1869 for Wait, James and Co. As large amounts of grain were spread out to dry in this building,
1869 – Highfield House, Gloucester
From The Architect and Contract Reporter, October 30 1869: Our illustration of this week represents a subject of much interest to our non-professional readers.
1870 – St. Andrew’s Church at Toddington Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
St. Andrews, the 3rd church to stand on this site in Toddington, was designed by George Edmund Street who had been commissioned by the 3rd Lord Sudeley.
1870 – Liverpool & London Insurance Offices, Bristol, Gloucestershire
From The Builder, June 4, 1870: THE elaborately ornamented building of which we publish a view in our present issue has been erected in Corn street Bristol as the West England and South Wales district offices of the insurance company named above.