Decimus Burton (1800-1881) was the architect responsible for many of Fleetwood's early buildings.

  • The North Euston Hotel
The North Euston Hotel
  • Queen's Terrace
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  • The Upper Lighthouse
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  • The Lower Lighthouse
The Lower Lighthouse
  • Fleetwood's Town Hall (presently Fleetwood's Museum)
Fleetwood Musem
  • St. Peter's Church, Lord Street (see also)
St. Peter's Church
  • The Cottages at the rear of the Mount
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  • Mount Street working men's cottages (between Lord Street and Blakiston Street) 
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His work has given the town its distinctive character.

To see examples of Burton's other works, visit the sites below

Decimus Burton and Richard Turner - Great Buildings Online

Decimus Burton's other work

Regent's Park Terraces - Clarence Terrace

Royal Botanic Gardens, The Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Temperate House