Mansion house that forms the centrepiece of the Forglen estate in the parish of Forglen, northwest of Turriff, Aberdeenshire, in the northeast of Scotland.
English theatre architect and designer, responsible for the design and construction of more than ninety theatres and the redesign and refurbishment of a further eighty throughout the United Kingdom.
Public hall constructed in 1853–1856 on St Peter’s Fields, the site of the Peterloo Massacre, now a Radisson hotel.
Former manor house and now a Grade II listed farmhouse in Tyldesley, Greater Manchester, England.
Small piece of enclosed ground.
Great Moreton Hall is a former country house in Moreton cum Alcumlow near Congleton, in Cheshire, England, less than a mile (1.6 km) from its better-known near namesake Little Moreton Hall.
Amphitheatre in which John Wesley preached between 1762 and 1789, occupying a depression that was possibly formed by the subsidence of underground mine workings.
Obliquely cut opening in the chancel wall of a Christian church.
Historic country house in Haigh, near Wigan in Greater Manchester England.
Medieval structure spanning the Hanging Ditch, which connected the rivers Irk and Irwell in Manchester, England, part of the city’s medieval defences.