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1875 – Bank of Ireland, Waterford

Architect: Sandham Symes


Imposing late 19th century bank building with living accommodation in the upperfloors. The interior boasts quite a tall banking hall. The bank retains important salient features and materials, and is distinguished by the fine cut-granite dressings that are indicative of high quality stone masonry. The building is well maintained.

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