The architect for this building was C O Ellison of Liverpool, and the building was erected in 1868. It was in Early English/Decorated style executed in flint with stone dressings. It had a slim bell turret on the south east corner. It was demolished in 1965.
This card is from the early 20th century.
Scanned antique postcard
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