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Tower Hill Water Tower

Tower Hill Water Tower

Location
Ormskirk, LancashireBrowse Ormskirk, Lancashire
Type
Water towerBrowse Water tower
Year
1854 Browse 1854
Client
Ormskirk Local Board of HealthBrowse Ormskirk Local Board of Health
Our Lady of Vilnius Roman Catholic Church (Former)

Our Lady of Vilnius Roman Catholic Church (Former)

Architect
Harry G. Wiseman of 104 West 42nd Street, NYC (for church)Browse Harry G. Wiseman of 104 West 42nd Street, NYC (for church)
Location
New York, New York, United States of AmericaBrowse New York, New York, United States of America
Year
1910 Browse 1910
Client
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New YorkBrowse The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York

Dallas County Administration Building, The Sixth Floor Museum

Dallas County Administration Building, The Sixth Floor Museum

Location
Dallas, TexasBrowse Dallas, Texas
Location
West End Historic District (Dallas, Texas)Browse West End Historic District (Dallas, Texas)
Altitude
139 m (455 ft.)Browse 139 m (455 ft.)
Contractor
Rock Island Plow CompanyBrowse Rock Island Plow Company
National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland

Architect
Benson & ForsythBrowse Benson & Forsyth
Location
Edinburgh, ScotlandBrowse Edinburgh, Scotland
Year
1866 Browse 1866
Structural Engineer
Anthony Hunt AssociatesBrowse Anthony Hunt Associates

Penge Congregational Church

Penge Congregational Church

Architect
P. Morley HorderBrowse P. Morley Horder
Location
172 High St, Penge, London, EnglandBrowse 172 High St, Penge, London, England
Client
Congregational ChurchBrowse Congregational Church
Structural system
Ragstone masonryBrowse Ragstone masonry


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