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Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: basement plan

RIBA125109
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: ground floor plan (showing the ceilings)

RIBA125110
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: plan of one pair floor

RIBA125111
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: plan of upper floor

RIBA125112
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: side elevation

RIBA125113
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: front elevation

RIBA125114
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: elevation in Church Street

RIBA125115
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: section on the line A-B

RIBA125116
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Competition entry number 1, Cotton Exchange, King William Street, Blackburn, Lancashire: section on the line C-D

RIBA125117
Brakspear, William Hayward (1819-1898)
NOTES: Brakspear won the competition for the building. However the design constructed was gothic revival in style and not built until 1862-1865 and, even then, the complete design was not undertaken. Early in the twentieth century the building was converted into a cinema. It is listed Grade II.

Lloyds, City of London: distant view from the Royal Exchange

RIBA130420
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The Royal Exchange is 1841 by William Tite.

Lloyds, City of London: distant view from the Royal Exchange

RIBA130421
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The Royal Exchange is 1841 by William Tite.
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