List of non-ecclesiastical works by Paley and Austin

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Paley and Austin were the surnames of two architects working from a practice in Lancaster, Lancashire, England, between 1868 and 1886. The practice had been founded in 1836 by Edmund Sharpe. The architects during the period covered by this list are E. G. Paley and Hubert Austin. E. G. Paley had joined Edmund Sharpe in partnership in 1845. This partnership continued until 1851, when Sharpe retired, and Paley ran the business as a single principal until he was joined by Hubert Austin in 1868. The partnership of Paley and Austin continued until they were joined as a partner by Paley's son, Henry Paley, in 1886.[1]

This list covers the non-ecclesiastical works executed by the practice during the partnership of Paley and Austin; the period from 1868 to 1886. These include new houses and alterations to houses (which varied in size from large country mansions to tenement blocks), railway stations, schools and alterations to schools, banks, industrial buildings, hospitals, and a bridge.Because of the location of the practice, most of their non-ecclesiastical work was in the areas that are now Cumbria, Lancashire, and Greater Manchester, but examples can also be found in Cheshire, Yorkshire, Merseyside, County Durham, Buckinghamshire, and Wales.[2]

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[3]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
Kents Bank railway station Kents Bank, Cumbria
54°10′22″N 2°55′31″W / 54.1729°N 2.9254°W / 54.1729; -2.9254 (Kents Bank railway station)
Kentsbank.jpg 1865 Built for the Furness Railway.[4]
Giggleswick School Giggleswick, North Yorkshire
54°04′22″N 2°17′38″W / 54.0728°N 2.2939°W / 54.0728; -2.2939 (Giggleswick School boarding house)
1867–69 Boarding house.[5][6] II
Town Hall St John's Chapel, County Durham
54°44′13″N 2°10′52″W / 54.737°N 2.181°W / 54.737; -2.181 (St John's Chapel, Co Durham)
1868 [7]
Sedgwick House Sedgwick, Cumbria
54°16′35″N 2°45′14″W / 54.2765°N 2.7538°W / 54.2765; -2.7538 (Sedgwick House)
Sedgwick House.jpg 1868–69 New house in Perpendicular style. Later used as a school, and agter that converted into apartments.[8][9][10] II
Bank, 68 Church Street Lancaster, Lancashire
54°03′00″N 2°48′06″W / 54.0500°N 2.8018°W / 54.0500; -2.8018 (Bank, Lancaster)
Lancaster Bank.jpeg 1870 New bank for the Lancaster Banking Company; now National Westminster Bank.[11][12][13] II*
Walton Hall Walton, Warrington, Cheshire
53°21′36″N 2°36′08″W / 53.3599°N 2.6023°W / 53.3599; -2.6023 (Walton Hall)
Walton Hall, Cheshire.jpg 1870 Additions and alterations.[14][15][16] II
School and school house Winmarleigh, Lancashire
1870 [17]
Leighton Hall Yealand Conyers, Lancashire
54°09′47″N 2°46′33″W / 54.1630°N 2.7758°W / 54.1630; -2.7758 (Leighton Hall)
Leighton Hall.jpg 1870 Added west wing and built a higher tower.[17][18][19] II*
Flax and jute mill Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria Jute works001.jpg 1870–72 A large mill and warehouses to provide work for women, it was constructed in red brick, with bands of terracotta and Yorkshire stone. It closed in the early 20th century, the tower was demolished in 1930, followed by the offices in 1948.[20][21]
Whittington Hall Whittington, Lancashire
54°10′51″N 2°37′12″W / 54.1807°N 2.6201°W / 54.1807; -2.6201 (Whittington Hall)
Whittington Hall.jpg 1870–90 Addition and alterations, including a billiards room anda clock tower.[14][22][23][24] II*
Winmarleigh Hall Winmarleigh, Lancashire
53°55′15″N 2°48′31″W / 53.9208°N 2.8086°W / 53.9208; -2.8086 (Winmarleigh Hall)
Winmarleigh Hall.jpg 1871 For the 1st Baron Winmarleigh in Jacobean style.[25][26][27]
Shipworks Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1871–72 For Ashburner.[4]
Militia Barracks South Road, Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′40″N 2°47′53″W / 54.0444°N 2.7981°W / 54.0444; -2.7981 (Militia Barracks, Lancaster)
Lancaster barracks.jpg 1871–72 Extension. Now used as offices.[28][29][30] II
Villas Cavendish Park,
Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′19″N 3°13′39″W / 54.1053°N 3.2276°W / 54.1053; -3.2276 (Villas, Cavendish Park, Barrow-in-Furness)
1872 [20]
Grange-over-Sands railway station Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria
54°11′45″N 2°54′10″W / 54.1957°N 2.9028°W / 54.1957; -2.9028 (Grange-over-Sands railway station)
Grange-over-Sands railway station.JPG 1872 Station rebuilt.[5][31][32] II
Tenement block including mission and public house Michaelson Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′17″N 3°13′51″W / 54.1046°N 3.2309°W / 54.1046; -3.2309 (Michaelson Street Tenement Block, Barrow-in-Furness)
Devonshire pub.jpg 1872–74 [20][33][34] II*
Ermysted's Grammar School Skipton,
North Yorkshire
53°57′48″N 2°01′22″W / 53.9634°N 2.0227°W / 53.9634; -2.0227 (Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton)
Ermysteds.jpg 1872–74 Grammar school built on new site.[7][35] II
Ulverston railway station Ulverston, Cumbria
54°11′30″N 3°05′51″W / 54.1917°N 3.0976°W / 54.1917; -3.0976 (Ulverston railway station)
1872–74 For the Furness Railway.[36]
Bank Ramsden Square, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°06′49″N 3°13′53″W / 54.1137°N 3.2313°W / 54.1137; -3.2313 (Offices facing Ramsden Square, Barrow-in-Furness)
Ramsden Square - geograph.org.uk - 484935.jpg 1873 For the Cumberland Banking Company. Now offices.[37][38] II
Bootle railway station Bootle, Cumbria
54°17′29″N 3°23′38″W / 54.2913°N 3.3938°W / 54.2913; -3.3938 (Bootle railway station)
Bootle Railway Station.jpg 1873 [39]
Holker Hall Holker, Cumbria
54°11′18″N 2°59′01″W / 54.1884°N 2.9837°W / 54.1884; -2.9837 (Holker Hall)
Holker Hall 02.jpg 1873 New west wing in Elizabethan style.[5][40][41][42] II*
Vicarage Rose Lane, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°22′36″N 2°55′12″W / 53.3767°N 2.9200°W / 53.3767; -2.9200 (Vicarage for the Church of St Matthew and St James, Liverpool)
1873 Vicarage for the Church of St Matthew and St James.[43][44][45] II
Morecambe railway station Morecambe, Lancashire
1873 Built in Northumberland Street; some of its features removed and incorporated in Morecambe Promenade railway station when it was built in 1909 in Marine Road Central.[8][46]
Bank Ramsden Square, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°06′52″N 3°13′52″W / 54.1144°N 3.2311°W / 54.1144; -3.2311 (National Westminster Bank, Barrow)
Ramsden Square - geograph.org.uk - 484935.jpg 1873–74 For the Lancaster Banking Company.
Now the National Westminster Bank.[4][47]
II
100px Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria
54°12′57″N 2°35′31″W / 54.2157°N 2.5919°W / 54.2157; -2.5919 (Underley Hall)
CS p4.320 - Underley Hall, Westmorland - Morris's County Seats, 1879.jpg 1874 Additions, including a new wing and tower; now a school.[14][48] II*
Gateway Borough Cemetery, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°07′34″N 3°13′33″W / 54.1262°N 3.2257°W / 54.1262; -3.2257 (Cemetery Gateway, Barrow)
1874 Built in limestone with red sandstone dressings, it consists of a central three-bay section in two storeys, containing three archways, and two lateral wings.[49][50] II
School and school house Bolton-by-Bowland, Lancashire
1874 [39][51] II
Millom railway station Millom, Cumbria
54°12′40″N 3°16′14″W / 54.2110°N 3.2706°W / 54.2110; -3.2706 (Millom railway station)
Millom Railway Station.jpg 1874 [43]
Oak Lea Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1874 New house for Mr Schneider; demolished 1913 (other than the Gate Lodge and the Coach House).[8]
Witherslack Hall Witherslack, Cumbria
54°16′04″N 2°52′02″W / 54.2679°N 2.8671°W / 54.2679; -2.8671 (Witherslack Hall, Cumbria)
1874 New house.[17][52] II
North lodge Borough Cemetery, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°07′44″N 3°13′28″W / 54.1288°N 3.2245°W / 54.1288; -3.2245 (Cemetery Gateway, Barrow)
Barrow cemetery gateway.jpg c. 1874 Now a private house, it is built in limestone with red sandstone dressings. It has two storeys and an L-shaped plan.[53] II
Pilot cottages Piel Island, Cumbria
54°03′55″N 3°10′29″W / 54.0652°N 3.1747°W / 54.0652; -3.1747 (Pilot Cottages, Piel Island, Cumbria)
1875 [20]
Cark railway station Cark, Cumbria
1875 [54]
Schools Cambridge Street, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1875 With additions in about 1880.[20]
Kirkby-in-Furness railway station Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°13′57″N 3°11′15″W / 54.2325°N 3.1875°W / 54.2325; -3.1875 (Kirkby-in-Furness railway station)
1875 Station for the Furness Railway, now demolished.[55]
Tenement block Michaelson Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′12″N 3°13′54″W / 54.1034°N 3.2318°W / 54.1034; -3.2318 (Michaelson Street Tenement Block, Barrow-in-Furness)
Devonshire Buildings, Barrow.jpg c. 1875 [20][33][56] II*
Capernwray Hall Over Kellet, Lancaster, Lancashire
54°08′37″N 2°41′45″W / 54.1436°N 2.6959°W / 54.1436; -2.6959 (Capernwray Hall)
Capernwray Hall.jpg 1875–76 Southeast block, including a billiard room, added to the hall.[57][58][59] II*
Sandside railway station Sandside, Lancashire
54°13′19″N 2°47′48″W / 54.2219°N 2.7968°W / 54.2219; -2.7968 (Sandside railway station)
1876 Station on the Furness Railway, now demolished.[60]
Colliery schools Whitehaven, Cumbria
1876 [14]
Piel Castle Piel Island, Cumbria
54°03′44″N 3°10′24″W / 54.0622°N 3.1734°W / 54.0622; -3.1734 (Piel Castle, Cumbria)
Piel Island 02.jpg 1876–78 Restoration of the turret and a staircase for the Duke of Buccleuch.[20][61][62] I
Hoghton Tower Hoghton, Lancashire
53°43′58″N 2°34′25″W / 53.7329°N 2.5737°W / 53.7329; -2.5737 (Hoghton Tower)
Hoghton Tower - geograph.org.uk - 951191.jpg 1876–80 Restoration.[5][63][64][65] I
Askham railway station Askham, Cumbria
1877 [4]
Hydraulic Engine House Ramsden Dock, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1877 [20]
Seascale railway station Seascale, Cumbria
54°23′46″N 3°29′06″W / 54.3961°N 3.4849°W / 54.3961; -3.4849 (Seascale railway station)
1874 [7]
Lancaster Royal Grammar School East Road, Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′50″N 2°47′24″W / 54.0471°N 2.7901°W / 54.0471; -2.7901 (Lancaster Royal Grammar School)
Lancaster Grammar School.jpg
1877 Extensions in 1877 and 1881.[11][66][67] II
Baths Abbey Road,
Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
Ramsden Hall, Barrow.jpg 1878 Alterations.[20][68] II
Water tower Seascale railway station,
Cumbria
54°23′45″N 3°29′02″W / 54.39594°N 3.48381°W / 54.39594; -3.48381 (Water tower, Seascale)
Water Tower, Seascale - geograph.org.uk - 1348657.jpg
1878 Built for the Furness Railway; it has three stages and a conical slate roof with a finial.[69][70][71] II
Sedbergh School Sedbergh, Cumbria
54°19′15″N 2°31′43″W / 54.3207°N 2.5286°W / 54.3207; -2.5286 (Sedbergh School)
1878 Built School House in 1878 and Sedgwick House the following year.[7][72][73] II
St Peter's vicarage and school Scorton, Lancashire
53°55′54″N 2°45′33″W / 53.9318°N 2.7593°W / 53.9318; -2.7593 (St Peter's vicarage and school, Scorton)
1878–79 In association with St Peter's Church.[7][74]
Foxfield railway station Foxfield, Cumbria
54°15′31″N 3°12′58″W / 54.2587°N 3.2160°W / 54.2587; -3.2160 (Foxfield railway station)
1879 Enlarged station for the Furness Railway.[54][75]
The Knoll Westbourne Road, Lancaster, Lancashire
1879 A house designed by Austin for himself. Now a resource centre.[11][76][77] II
St Mary's School Lancaster, Lancashire
1879–80 [11]
Hornby Castle Hornby, Lancashire
54°06′41″N 2°37′56″W / 54.1114°N 2.6323°W / 54.1114; -2.6323 (Hornby Castle)
Hornby Castle1.jpg 1879–82 Additions to the west side.[5][78][79] I
Thurland Castle Tunstall, Lancashire
54°09′07″N 2°35′52″W / 54.1520°N 2.5978°W / 54.1520; -2.5978 (Thurland Castle)
Geograph-1896885-by-Karl-and-Ali.jpg 1879–88 A castellated house which had been almost completely destroyed by a fire; virtually a new building, partly in Elizabethan style, partly Gothic. Now divided into apartments.[80][81][82] II*
Newton Hall Newton, Whittington, Lancashire
54°10′02″N 2°37′09″W / 54.1671°N 2.6192°W / 54.1671; -2.6192 (Newton Hall)
1880 New house, rebuilt on the site of a previous house.[8][83][84] II
All Souls School Astley Bridge, Bolton, Greater Manchester
53°35′38″N 2°26′00″W / 53.5938°N 2.4333°W / 53.5938; -2.4333 (All Souls School, Astley Bridge)
1880–81 New school, now a community centre.[39][85] II
Hampsfield House Lindale, Cumbria
54°13′00″N 2°54′36″W / 54.2167°N 2.9100°W / 54.2167; -2.9100 (Hampsfield House)
1880–82 A new country house for Sir John Tomlinson Hibbert, M.P.[86]
Royal Albert Hospital Lancaster, Lancashire
54°03′12″N 2°46′31″W / 54.0534°N 2.7752°W / 54.0534; -2.7752 (Royal Albert Hospital, Lancaster)
Royal Albert Hospital.jpg
1880–83 Additions to mental hospital.[11][87] II*
Vicarage Arnside, Cumbria
1881 [4]
Bridge Caton, Lancashire
54°04′33″N 2°43′54″W / 54.0759°N 2.7316°W / 54.0759; -2.7316 (Road bridge, Caton)
Caton Road Bridge.jpg 1881–83 Road bridge over the River Lune.[54][88][89] II
Tenements Steamer Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria54°06′13″N 3°13′48″W / 54.1036°N 3.2299°W / 54.1036; -3.2299 (Steamer Street Tenements, Barrow-in-Furness) Steamer Street, Barrow.jpg 1881–84 [20][90] II*
Tenements Sloop Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′09″N 3°13′51″W / 54.1025°N 3.2308°W / 54.1025; -3.2308 (Sloop Street Tenements, Barrow-in-Furness)
1881–84 [20][91] II*
Tenements Brig Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′11″N 3°13′48″W / 54.1030°N 3.2300°W / 54.1030; -3.2300 (Brig Street Tenements, Barrow-in-Furness)
1881–84 [20][92] II
Tenements Schooner Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′10″N 3°13′46″W / 54.1028°N 3.2295°W / 54.1028; -3.2295 (Schooner Street Tenements, Barrow-in-Furness)
1881–84 [20][93] II
Tenements Ship Street, Barrow Island, Cumbria
54°06′12″N 3°13′53″W / 54.1033°N 3.2313°W / 54.1033; -3.2313 (Ship Street Tenements, Barrow-in-Furness)
1881–84 [20][94] II
Station and warehouse Ramsden Dock, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1882 [20]
Coffee Hotel Barrow Island, Cumbria
1882 [20]
Central railway station Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
54°07′08″N 3°13′34″W / 54.1190°N 3.2260°W / 54.1190; -3.2260 (Central railway station, Barrow-in-Furness)
1882 For the Furness Railway. Destroyed in the Second World War.[20]
Rylands House Owen Road, Lancaster, Lancashire
1883 Extensions.[43][95] II
North Lonsdale Hospital Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1883–87 [20]
Masonic Hall Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
1884 [20]
Fawley Court Fawley, Buckinghamshire
51°33′06″N 0°53′52″W / 51.5516°N 0.8979°W / 51.5516; -0.8979 (Fawley Court)
1884 Addition of a new wing and terraces. Now a school.[96][97] I
All Saints School Higher Walton, Lancashire
1884 New school.[14]
School House, St. Bees School St Bees, Cumbria
54°29′40″N 3°35′33″W / 54.4944°N 3.5925°W / 54.4944; -3.5925 (St. Bees School)
St Bees School panorama.jpg 1885 [7][98]
Home Farm and dairy Whittington, Lancashire
1885 Dairy and tea room added to farmhouse.[14][99][100] II
St Barnabas' Vicarage West Street, Crewe, Cheshire
53°06′08″N 2°27′44″W / 53.1021°N 2.4622°W / 53.1021; -2.4622 (St Barnabas' Vicarage, Crewe)
c. 1885 Vicarage for St Barbabas' Church.[54][101][102] II
Additional buildings,
Ripley School
Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′21″N 2°48′06″W / 54.0393°N 2.8018°W / 54.0393; -2.8018 (Ripley School, Lancaster)
1885–86 [11][103][104] II
St Barnabas' School West Street, Crewe, Cheshire
53°06′07″N 2°27′48″W / 53.1020°N 2.4633°W / 53.1020; -2.4633 (St Barnabas' School, Crewe)
1887 [54][101]
Stables,
Whittington Hall
Whittington, Lancashire
54°10′51″N 2°37′12″W / 54.1808°N 2.6200°W / 54.1808; -2.6200 (Stables, Whittington Hall)
1887 Alterations to stables designed in the 1830s by George Webster, and later used for domestic accommodation.[99][105] II
Lodge, Whittington Hall Whittington, Lancashire
54°10′53″N 2°37′13″W / 54.1814°N 2.6203°W / 54.1814; -2.6203 (Whittington Hall)
1890 Built as the north lodge to Whittington Hall.[14][99][99][106] II
Dale Garth Hawcoat,
Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
Undated New house, now demolished.[96]
Drigg railway station Drigg, Cumbria
Undated [96]
Llandovery College Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales
51°59′43″N 3°48′02″W / 51.9954°N 3.8005°W / 51.9954; -3.8005 (Llandovery College)
Undated Additional buildings.[43]
Ravenglass railway station Ravenglass, Cumbria
54°21′21″N 3°24′32″W / 54.3557°N 3.4089°W / 54.3557; -3.4089 (Ravenglass railway station)
Undated [8]
Chapel Ridding House Windermere, Cumbria
Undated [17]

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