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Victorian house

In Great Britain and former British colonies, a Victorian house generally means any house built during the reign of Queen Victoria. During the Industrial Revolution, successive housing booms resulted in the building of many millions of Victorian houses which are now a defining feature of most British towns and cities. In the UK, Victorian houses follow a wide range of architectural styles. Starting from the early classicism inherited from Regency architecture, the Italianate style gained influence in the 1820 and 1850s, and the Gothic Revival style became prevalent by the 1880s. Later in t ...

                                               

The Victorian Society

The Victorian Society is a UK charity, the national authority on Victorian and Edwardian architecture built between 1837 and 1914 in England and Wales. As one of the National Amenity Societies, The Victorian Society is a statutory consultee on alterations to listed buildings, and by law must be notified of any work to a listed building which involves any element of demolition.

                                               

66 Banbury Road, Oxford

66 Banbury Road is a detached Victorian villa in North Oxford built in 1869 by Frederick Codd. The villa is one of the largest structures in the suburb and is particularly distinctive due to its prominent site on the corner of Banbury and Norham Roads and its tall 6-story Italianate tower, which is a local landmark. Originally named St Catherines, the house, which sits in a one-acre plot, was first leased to Mrs Catherine Fry, in 1874. Mrs Fry occupied the house from its construction to 1894. Early 20th century residents included Dr and Mrs A.A. Prankerd of Manchester College. In 1930 Wols ...

                                               

All Saints Church, Haggerston

All Saints Church, Haggerston, also Church of All Saints is an Anglican church in Livermere Road, near the junction with Haggerston Road, in Haggerston in London Borough of Hackney, east London. It is part of a parish with Holy Trinity Church and St Philip Dalston.

                                               

Apex Union Depot

The Apex Union Depot is a historic railroad station located on Salem Street in downtown Apex, North Carolina and is the centerpiece of the Apex Historic District. Constructed in 1914 by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, the building shared service with the Durham and Southern Railway, but now houses the Apex Visitors Center, Apex Chamber of Commerce, and meeting rooms rented out for special events. A 37-foot Louisville and Nashville Railroad caboose is located beside the building. In December 1998 the Apex Union Depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The history of Ape ...

                                               

Arlington Baths Club

Arlington Baths Club is a not-for-profit member-run swimming club in Glasgow, housed in a purpose-built Category A Listed Building opened on 1 August 1871. The Arlington Baths Club was the first swimming club in Glasgow. The building is in the Charing Cross area and was part of the westward development of the city. Built largely in the traditional tenement idiom, albeit with some extraordinary flourishes such as the famous Charing Cross Mansions, this area quickly attracted the well-off middle class residents who also constituted the membership of the Arlington Baths Club. The Club was the ...

                                     

ⓘ Victorian architecture

  • Victorian architecture is a series of architectural revival styles in the mid - to - late 19th century. Victorian refers to the reign of Queen Victoria 1837 1901
  • the 1930s. Folk Victorian is a subset of Victorian architecture It differentiates itself from other subsets of Victorian architecture such as Queen Anne
  • Victorian houses which are now a defining feature of most British towns and cities. In the UK, Victorian houses follow a wide range of architectural styles
  • High Victorian Gothic was an eclectic architectural style and movement during the mid - late 19th century. It is seen by architectural historians as either
  • The Victorian Society is a UK charity, the national authority on Victorian and Edwardian architecture built between 1837 and 1914 in England and Wales
  • Anne was one of a number of popular architectural styles to emerge during the Victorian era. Within the Victorian era timeline, Queen Anne style followed
  • Victorian or Victorians may refer to: Victorian era, British history during Queen Victoria s 19th - century reign Victorian architecture Victorian house
  • The Victorian Architecture Awards are granted annually by the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. They began with the Street
  • of Glasgow, Scotland is particularly noted for its 19th - century Victorian architecture and the early - 20th - century Glasgow Style as developed by Charles
  • States Category: Queen Anne architecture Category: Victorian architecture in the United States Category: Victorian architectural styles all countries McAlester

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