An overview of 2019’s Top 10 Most Endangered Buildings
The Grade II-listed former Leslie Arms Public House in Croydon, London was built in c.1850.
The Grade II* former Church of St Luke in Warrington, built in 1892 by Bodley & Garner.
The Grade II-listed Pelican Works in Birmingham, built c.1868.
Cowbridge School in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales is currently unlisted. It was built in 1896 by Robert Williams.
The Grade II-listed Hulme Hippodrome in Manchester was built in 1901 by J. J. Alley.
The Grade II-listed Everton Library in Liverpool was built in 1896 by Thomas Shelmerdine.
The currently unlisted Queensbury Tunnel in Yorkshire was built between 1874-78 by John Fraser.
The Chatterley Whitfield Colliery in Staffordshire was built in the C19 & 20 and is Grade II*-listed and a Scheduled Monument.
The Grade I-listed Shadwell Court in Norfolk was initially built in 1715, but was extended and remodelled out of all recognition in 1840 by Edward Blore and again in 1857-60 by SS Teulon.
The Grade II-listed Corn Exchange/Former Town Hall in Swindon was built in 1852-54 by Sampson Sage & E Robertson with additions by Wilson and Willcox.
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