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1827 – Presbyterian Church, Drogheda, Co. Louth

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Architect: Austin Nicholls

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Unusually built in a Gothic Revival style (Presbyterians tended to favour classical designs at this time), and like most public buildings and churches in Drogheda, it is faced with limestone ashlar. The two octagonal turrets on either side of the fa├žade were donated by the Corporation of Drogheda. On either side of the entrance are two curving staircases down to the basement.

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