Benjamin Ferrey

Parish church of St Nicholas, Corfe, Somerset
Part of the Market Cross in Glastonbury
All Saints' parish church, Blackheath, built 1857–67
Parish church of St Mary Magdalene, Taunton, Somerset
Huntsham Court, Devon, built 1868–70

English architect who worked mostly in the Gothic Revival.

- Benjamin Ferrey
Parish church of St Nicholas, Corfe, Somerset

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Augustus Pugin

English architect, designer, artist and critic who is principally remembered for his pioneering role in the Gothic Revival style of architecture.

English architect, designer, artist and critic who is principally remembered for his pioneering role in the Gothic Revival style of architecture.

The Grange, Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent, England, designed by Pugin as his family home
Roman Catholic Cathedral Basilica of St. Chad in Birmingham, England
The northeast chapel of St. Giles Roman Catholic Church, Cheadle, Staffordshire, England, designed by Pugin
"Contrasted Residences for the Poor" from Pugin's ''Contrasts
Detail of east window of Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge, made by John Hardman and Co to a design by Pugin (1848–50)
Tiles designed by Pugin (c.1845–51)
The tomb of Augustus Pugin in St Augustine's Church, Ramsgate
Palace of Westminster
The Pugin Chapel in Brisbane, designed by Augustus Pugin and built between 1848 and 1850
Pugin Hall, Rampisham, Dorset. Grade I listed house designed as a rectory by Pugin, built 1846–1847.
"Big Ben" (London), completed to Pugin's design
St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford

Pugin quickly rebelled against this version of Christianity: according to Benjamin Ferrey, Pugin "always expressed unmitigated disgust at the cold and sterile forms of the Scottish church; and the moment he broke free from the trammels imposed on him by his mother, he rushed into the arms of a church which, pompous by its ceremonies, was attractive to his imaginative mind".

Bournemouth

Coastal resort town in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council area of Dorset, England.

Coastal resort town in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council area of Dorset, England.

Welcome to Bournemouth, England's Coastal Garden
Section of a 1759 map of Hampshire by Isaac Taylor, showing the Manor of Christchurch and the area around the Bourne chine
Photochrom of Invalids' Walk, 1890s
A view of Bournemouth showing the temporary wooden jetty that was replaced by an iron pier in 1880.
Photochrom of the entrance to the pier, 1890s
The Waterfront Cinema and Leisure Complex (now demolished)
Bournemouth Town Hall was built in the Victorian period, originally serving as a hotel for visitors to the town.
Bournemouth Beach and Boscombe Pier
Financial services are crucial to the town's economy and Unisys was a major employer in the industry.
Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) is a national conference and music venue in the town.
Bournemouth Pier including the Pier Theatre
Shops and apartments in the centre of Bournemouth
The grave of writer Mary Shelley and her parents, including Mary Wollstonecraft, in St. Peter's Church, Bournemouth
Bournemouth Christmas Market in 2019
St Peter's Church, completed in 1879
The Grade II listed entrance to Boscombe Pier
Bournemouth railway station, built in 1885, with a replica Victorian iron and glass roof
Bournemouth and Poole College Lansdowne Campus
St Stephen's Church, Bournemouth, built in 1898
The Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation
A blue plaque marking the birthplace of Hubert Parry at 2, Richmond Terrace, Bournemouth
Blue Plaque on the Wall of St Peter's Churchyard commemorating the resting place of members of the Shelley family.

He hired the young local architect Benjamin Ferrey to develop the coastal area on the east side of the stream.

The gatehouse for Morpeth Castle

Morpeth, Northumberland

Historic market town in Northumberland, North East England, lying on the River Wansbeck.

Historic market town in Northumberland, North East England, lying on the River Wansbeck.

The gatehouse for Morpeth Castle
St George's Church and Telford Bridge during the September 2008 floods
The ancient parish church of St Mary the Virgin
Church of St James the Great, built by the architect Benjamin Ferrey in 1846
St Robert of Newminster Roman Catholic Church, consecrated 1 August 1850
Town centre of Morpeth
Carlisle Park and a coat of arms
A statue of Emily Wilding Davison commemorating 100 years since women were given the right to vote
Morpeth Town Hall

Benjamin Ferrey designed the church in a "Neo-Norman" style, based on the 12th century Monreale Cathedral, Sicily.

Village Shop, Post Office and Cafe

Mells, Somerset

Village and civil parish in Somerset, England, near the town of Frome.

Village and civil parish in Somerset, England, near the town of Frome.

Village Shop, Post Office and Cafe
Selwood Street
Mells War Memorial by Sir Edwin Lutyens
Traditional thatched cottages
Mells Church of England First School (photo by Patrick Mackie)
St Edmund's Church at Vobster

The Church of St Edmund, at Vobster by Benjamin Ferrey, dates from 1846 and is a Grade II listed building.

Augustus Charles Pugin

Anglo-French artist, architectural draughtsman, and writer on medieval architecture.

Anglo-French artist, architectural draughtsman, and writer on medieval architecture.

His students included W. Lake Price, James Pennethorne, Talbot Bury, J. D'Egville, B. Ferrey, the architect Francis T. Dollman, and the comedian Charles James Mathews.

West front of Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral

Anglican cathedral in Wells, Somerset, England, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle and seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, whose cathedra it holds as mother church of the Diocese of Bath and Wells.

Anglican cathedral in Wells, Somerset, England, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle and seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, whose cathedra it holds as mother church of the Diocese of Bath and Wells.

West front of Wells Cathedral
From the reflecting pool in the grounds of the Bishop's Palace
1.West front 2.Nave 3.Central tower 4.Choir 5.Retrochoir 6.Lady Chapel 7.Aisle 8.Transept 9.East transept 10.North porch 11.Chapter house 12.Cloister
 (adapted from a plan by Georg Dehio)
The choir and organ in 2013
West front as painted by J. M. W. Turner around 1795, watercolour on paper

Also, Gothic Revival renovations were made to the choir and pulpitum by Benjamin Ferrey and Anthony Salvin, 1842–1857.

River Kennet at Chilton Foliat

Chilton Foliat

Village and civil parish on the River Kennet in Wiltshire, England.

Village and civil parish on the River Kennet in Wiltshire, England.

River Kennet at Chilton Foliat
St. Mary's parish church

Restoration by Benjamin Ferrey in 1845 included the addition of a south aisle.

Quarrying in the early 1900s

Crich

Village in the English county of Derbyshire.

Village in the English county of Derbyshire.

Quarrying in the early 1900s
Memorial tower
<center>Crich Stand in 2014, also showing overhead power cables for tramway cars</center>
<center>The Cliff Inn</center>
<center>Crich Cross</center>

It was designed by Benjamin Ferrey and built in 1859–61.

Magdelene Chapel

Glastonbury

Town and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated at a dry point on the low-lying Somerset Levels, 23 mi south of Bristol.

Town and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated at a dry point on the low-lying Somerset Levels, 23 mi south of Bristol.

Magdelene Chapel
Hospital of St Mary Magdalene
17th-century engraving of Glastonbury by Wenceslaus Hollar
Holy Thorn, summer 1984. Died in 1991.
Remains of St Michael's Church at the summit of Glastonbury Tor
Glastonbury Town Hall
Street and Glastonbury Tor viewed from Walton Hill
The town centre in summer 2010
The High Street
George Hotel and Pilgrims' Inn
Cover of the Chalice Well
Ruins of Glastonbury Abbey
Church of St John the Baptist in the main street

The octagonal Market Cross was built in 1846 by Benjamin Ferrey.

St Thomas' Church, Keresley.

Keresley

Suburban village and civil parish in the City of Coventry, West Midlands, England, about 4.5 mi north of Coventry city centre and 3.5 mi southwest of Bedworth.

Suburban village and civil parish in the City of Coventry, West Midlands, England, about 4.5 mi north of Coventry city centre and 3.5 mi southwest of Bedworth.

St Thomas' Church, Keresley.
The tower of St Thomas' Church.

It was designed by the Gothic Revival architect Benjamin Ferrey in the Early English style and built in 1844–45.