Photos from the famous East Midlands city, its surroundings and sometimes further afield
Tuesday, 30 May 2006
The Office That Watson Built
Watson Fothergill, or to give his proper name Fothergill Watson was one of Nottingham's leading Victorian architects. His style was a mixture of Gothic, Tudor and Victorian. You can always tell a W.G building, with his use of turrets, dark timbers and carvings. The photo today is a prime example, namely his former offices on George Street, which were built in 1893. I hope to bring you further examples of his outstanding work in the near future.