2019 Top 10 Endangered Buildings

The Victorian Society's 2019 Top 10 Endangered Buildings

An overview of 2019’s Top 10 Most Endangered Buildings

Former Leslie Arms Public House, London

The Grade II-listed former Leslie Arms Public House in Croydon, London was built in c.1850.

​Former Church of St Luke, Cheshire

The Grade II* former Church of St Luke in Warrington, built in 1892 by Bodley & Garner.

Pelican Works, Birmingham

The Grade II-listed Pelican Works in Birmingham, built c.1868.

Cowbridge School, Wales

Cowbridge School in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales is currently unlisted. It was built in 1896 by Robert Williams.

Hulme Hippodrome, Manchester

The Grade II-listed Hulme Hippodrome in Manchester was built in 1901 by J. J. Alley.


​Everton Library, Liverpool

The Grade II-listed Everton Library in Liverpool was built in 1896 by Thomas Shelmerdine.

Queensbury Tunnel, Yorkshire

The currently unlisted Queensbury Tunnel in Yorkshire was built between 1874-78 by John Fraser.

​Chatterley Whitfield Colliery, Staffordshire

The Chatterley Whitfield Colliery in Staffordshire was built in the C19 & 20 and is Grade II*-listed and a Scheduled Monument.

Shadwell Court, Norfolk

The Grade I-listed Shadwell Court in Norfolk was initially built in 1715, but was extended and remodelled out of all recognition in 1840 by Edward Blore and again in 1857-60 by SS Teulon.

Corn Exchange/Former Town Hall, Swindon

The Grade II-listed Corn Exchange/Former Town Hall in Swindon was built in 1852-54 by Sampson Sage & E Robertson with additions by Wilson and Willcox.


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