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RASTRICK, John Urpeth (1780-1856)
Civil engineer. Pioneer in the design of steam engines and one of the three judges in the Rainhill Trials won by Stephenson's Rocket. From 1836 he became consultant engineer for the railways that merged to become the London Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) and was responsible with David Mocatta for the design and construction of the tunnels and Ouse Viaduct to the north of the city. He is buried in Brighton Extramural Cemetery.
  Brighton Railway Station train shed, Junction Road (1840)
RICHARDS, T R
Architect (FRIBA) at 78 Lansdowne Place (1912).
  No work identified so far
RIDGE, Lacy William (1839-1922)
Dioscesan Surveyor for Chichester. FRIBA
  Church of St Alban, Coombe Road
St Matthias' Church, Ditchling Road
Ridley & Co
Architectural practice at 34 Goldstone Villas (1912)
  No work identified so far
ROBINSON, Peter Frederick (1776-1858)
London architect. Assisted William Porden with the Royal Stables.
  Royal Stables (The Dome), Church Street
ROTH, Stanley (Henry James) (1907-1993)
Architect, in a partnership in Chichester from 1938, then as a partner in Stanley Roth, Tetley & Felce with an office also in Brighton where P I D Tetley was based.
 
Stanley Roth, Tetley & Felce
Architectural firm of Stanley Roth, P I D Tetley and Felce, established in 1948 at 60 West Street. It became Felce and Guy in 1960; under that name it is still in practice with different partners.
 
RUSSELL, Samuel Bridgman (1864-1955)
Architect, based in London and Bromley, Kent. FRIBA 1902. Chief architect to the Ministry of Health.
  Brighton Hove and Sussex Grammar School, Dyke Road (now BHASVIC) (1912)
RUSSELL, William
Architect at 51 Henry Street (1839).
  No work identified so far
     
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