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Christopher Wray Lighting works

Christopher Wray Lighting works
General information
Status Undergoing restoration
Type Terraced
Architectural style Georgian
Town or city Birmingham, England
Construction started Eighteenth century
Designations Grade II-listed

Christopher Wray Lighting works is a grade II-listed building in the east side of Birmingham city centre, England.[1] The works consist of a complex of buildings fronted by a row of three townhouses, left vacant since 2003.[2]

Parts of the building complex date back to the eighteenth century when they were built as terraced houses in the


External links

  1. ^ a b Savvas, Christina. "Campaigners fear for future of Birmingham heritage site". Birmingham Post. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Goer, Matthew. "Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Varied history of Christopher Wray Lighting works". Birmingham Post. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 



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