Throwback Thursday: Prudential Assurance Building, Liverpool

Designed by Alfred Waterhouse (architect of the Natural History Museum and the Prudential Assurance Building in Nottingham) this Grade II listed building was constructed in 1885-6. The insurance provider Prudential commissioned the building as its regional offices.

Made of red brick and terracotta the tower was added in 1904.

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