A Victorian school in York which the AMS helped to save.
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Historic cow houses complete with stalls.; from one of Dr RW Brunskill's many articles on vernacular architecture in AMS Transactions.
Annual Register of Total Demolitions

Each year the AMS maintains a register of all the listed buildings threatened by applications for total demolition on which we have been consulted. The lists for previous years are available to either view as web pages (2005 onwards) or to download in Microsoft Word format, and the most recent list is given below. If you have problems downloading, or would prefer us to post you a hard copy, please contact the office on 020 7236 3934.

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AMS is interested in buildings of all ages and all types. - including modern interiors such as this.
Whitley Sunday School, West Midlands. AMS tried, unsuccessfully to get it listed.
Fine medieval stone carving. - AMS defends secular and non-secular historic buildings.
A building under scaffolding. awaiting essential repairs which AMS have advised on.
The roof at Beverley Minster, Yorks.hire -  featured in Volume 44 of AMS Transactions.
A medieval shopfront - featured in our lecture series on 'Shops and Shopping'.


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