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William Bradford

(1845—1919)


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(1845–1919).

English architect, he specialized in breweries, designing or altering over seventy of them, including Hole's Castle Brewery, Newark-on-Trent, Notts. (1882—a rich French-Renaissance composition of stone, enlivened by vermiculation, and with a large clock tower), and the Hook Norton Brewery, Oxon. (c.1870—an extraordinary building of brick, ironstone, cast iron, timber, and weather-boarding). The firm continued under his sons, W. Stovin and J. W. Bradford, and designed several lavishly ornamented public-houses.

L. Pearson (1999);Peter Swallow

Subjects: Architecture.


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