William Deane Butler (d. 1857)

Studied under Henry Aaron Baker at the Dublin Society Schools, and was a founding member of the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland, as well as the Society of Irish Artists. An engineer as well as an architect, amongst his most important works is Amiens Street Station (now Connolly Station) as a terminus for the Drogheda and Dublin Railway Company. He also designed the Roman Catholic Cathedral for Kilkenny and Sligo Asylum.

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