Thomas Atkinson (architect)
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Little is known of Atkinson's life. His practice was based in York, and the house that he built there for himself in about 1780 still stands at 20, St. Andrewgate in the city centre.
- Bishopthorpe Palace, York - remodelled the facade and the gatehouse in the 1760s.
- Sutton Park, North Yorkshire - Atkinson is believed to have designed the house, which was completed in 1764.
- Bar Convent, York - built the chapel (1765-9) and the main front (1787-9), also other alterations between 1778 and 1793.
- Carlton Towers, Selby - added long East Wing in 1765.
- Houghton Hall, Sancton, North Yorkshire - built country house 1765-8 for Philip Langdale.
- Dalton Hall (Beverley) - built in 1771-6 for Sir Charles Hotham, 8th Baronet 
- Colvin, H M (1954). Biographical Dictionary of English Architects 1660-1840. London: John Murray.
- Pevsner, Nikolaus; Neave, David (1995) . Yorkshire: York and the East Riding (2nd ed.). London: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-071061-2.