Posted by: dianesims | September 28, 2009

The 10 most endangered Victorian buildings in Britain

The Sunday Telegraph, 21st September 2008

The Sunday Telegraph, 21st September 2008

 

The 10 most endangered Victorian buildings in Britain

The Sunday Telegraph

 


St Marie’s Church, Widnes

Italian Gothic church designed by Pugin

 

Gustav Adolfs Kyrka, Liverpool

Built by Church of Sweden

 

Holy Trinity, Hove

Threatened with demolition by the Church of England

 

Chapels in Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff

Home to colony of bats

 

Stonebridge School, Brent

Surrounded by high-rises

 

Newsome Mill, Huddersfield

Mid-Victorian worsted mill with original ponds

 

The Red Lion Pub, Handsworth

Splendid interior tiles and fittings. Closed last year

 

The Palace Theatre, Plymouth

Later a nightclub, now shut

 

Fletcher Convalescent Home, Cromer

Sold for development

 

Moseley Road Baths, Balsall Heath

On list for second year

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