Boulton & Paul Victorian Buildings Catalog on
Own a piece of architectural history, over 530 pages, fully illustrated
1894/1898 Boulton & Paul Catalog featuring temporary iron buildings, which were a
popular structure style of the late Victorian and Edwardian era. You can own this
rare catalog for only a fraction of the cost of an original. Easily print out a
hard copy for your enjoyment right from your computer.
Although these buildings were usually described as temporary, many of these
structures survived for 75 years or more.
Our Boulton and Paul catalogue offers a range of buildings from the smallest of
sheds to the largest of churches and even railway stations, all with steel
framework bolted together and clad in corrugated iron sheeting. There is also an
impressive range of timber buildings also shown. A builing for most any use were
available from this company - polling stations, shelters, conservatories, green
houses, bath house, stores, retail buildings, etc. This massive volume provides a
wonderful reference for anyone interested in victorian architecture.
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