No. 79 Lowgate, Hull.

79 Lowgate

Sketched on 11/03/14, sometime between 16.15pm and 17.00 (straight ahead in pen* on a4 half-toned paper).

With its round tower, No.79 Lowgate, built 1881, a former wine merchants’ offices and warehouse for B.B. Mason; this red brick building is one of the my favourite buildings in the area, not least because of its “single stage round tower with a 3-light window and dentillated cornice and conical roof with finial. (see link below)”

Restored and converted circa 1985 for the City Record Office, (presently vacant?). It is a Grade II Listed Building.

*uni pIn FINELINE 0.3

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~ by hesir on March 12, 2014.

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