© Mr David Cross
35-43 RENSHAW STREET
LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL, MERSEYSIDE
Mr David Cross
23 February 2003
19 June 1985
Date of last amendment:
19 June 1985
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SJ 3590 SW RENSHAW STREET
54/961 35 to 43 (odd)
Includes Nos 2 to 6 Upper Newington. Chapel, shops and offices.
1904-5. Bradshaw Gass. Red brick and yellow terracotta,
slate roof. 3 storeys with attic, 10 bays, canted corner bay and
6-bay return. Ground floor has segmental arched openings with
Art Nouveau capitals, cornice over shop front. Above this 2nd,
3rd, 8th and 9th bays project, 2 are canted, 2 bowed; these have
terracotta facings. All windows are mullioned, some with
transoms and small paned casements, 2nd floor windows are
segmental headed (except for projecting bays). Terracotta
foliage in centre and flanking segmental bays. Top cornice, 2nd
and 9th bays have lunettes behind Ionic colonnade and short spire
over. End bay has 3 windows surmounted by shallow dome on drum
with canted angles. 3rd and 8th bays have small domes, 2 flat
topped dormers between. Tall brick stacks. Corner with
polygonal turrets ending cupolas flank a 2-storey oriel with
mullioned and transomed windows, more over large lunette.
Gable and domer with flanking turrets.
Interior: main hall, coffered saucer dome. Horseshoe
gallery on columns has arcade with fan spandrels. Organ
recess with segmental arch. Elaborate pilaster work with
Art nouveau detail.