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Station Buildings, Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham

The Station Buildings, formerly Furley's Grocery Store owned by Thomas Furley (1922), were built by Watson Fothergill at the junction of Clinton Street West and Upper Parliament Street. Watson Fothergill, whose real name was Fothergill Watson, was one of the leading local architects practising in the Nottingham area from about 1870 to 1906. During this time he designed over a hundred buildings inc…