Buildings in Victofrian Ilkeston

I have started a list of  buildings (1837-1901), most of which feature somewhere on the site, and I hope to add to this occasionally.

1846 … the Gas Works in Rutland Street

1848 … Christ Church, Cotmanhay in Church Street

1852 … Primitive Methodist Chapel in Bath Street

1852 … Christ Church, Cotmanhay, Vicarage in Vicarage Street

1857/8 … Baptist Chapel in Queen Street

1859 … Anchor Inn in Market Street

1859 … Durhan Ox Inn in Durham Street

1862 … Catholic Church and schoolroom in Regent Street/Nottingham Road

1866 … Town Hall in the Market Place

1867 … United Methodist Church in Cotmanhay Road

1869 … Unitarian Chapel in High Street

1869 … Kensington Mission Station in Nottingham Road

1873 … Wesleyan Chapel in Bath Street

1875 … St. Mary’s National Schools in Hallcroft Road

1875 … Holy Trinity School in Factory Lane

1880 … Cantelupe House in Market Street

1882 … Station Terrace at 32-36 Station Road

1882 … New Baptist Chapel in Norman Street

1883 … Granby Board Schools on Heanor Road

1883 … Primitive Methodist Sunday School in Little Hallam Lane

1883/4 … Holy Trinity Church in Granby Street

1883/4 … Ilkeston Institute in Market Street

1884 … Stanley Villa at 11 Burr Lane

1885 … Hillside House in Nottingham Road

1885 … Rutland Villas in Rutland Street

1886 … Fletcher’s lace factory in Wood Street

1888 … Bourne Cottages and Primitive Methodist Schools in Wilmot Street

1888 … Recreation Ground  in Pimlico

1889 … Methodist New Connexion Chapel in Stamford Street

1890 … Victoria Villas in Lord Haddon Road

1890 … Ilkeston Mission Chapel in Chapel Street

1892 … Park Cemetery in Park Avenue

1892 … Hope Villas in Park Drive

1892 … Whittington Villas in Gregory Street

1893 … Lawn Villas in St Mary Street

1893 … The Ferns and Wilton Place Villas in Wilton Place

1893 … St. John’s Church in Nottingham Road

1893 … Holy Trinity Vicarage in Cotmanhay Road

1893 … Wesleyan Chapel in Station Road

1894 … Anns Villas in Stanton Road

1895 … Wesleyan Chapel on Corporation Street

1895 … St. Bartholomew’s Church in Hallam Fields

1895 … New Theatre Royal and Opera House in Lord Haddon Road

1896 … Burnside in Burns Street

1896 … Trueman Villas on Stanley Street

1896 … Rutland Buildings, Vernon Buildings and Haddon Buildings in Charlotte Street

1896 … Dorothy Villas in Charlotte Street

1897 … Primitive Methodist Chapel on Little Hallam Lane

1897 … Jubilee Villas in Station Road

1898 … Rutland Chambers in Lord Haddon Road

1898 … Vernon House on Lord Haddon Road

1898 … Norman Villa in Bright Street

1899 … the Red House on Wharncliffe Road

1899 … the Central Hall on Pelham Street

1900 … Lenton House in Drummond Road

1901 … Edmont and Edmont Villas in Burns Street