1887 – St Columb’s Hall, Newmarket Street, Derry

Architect: Crome & Toye

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Front Perspective View, ground & 1st.floor plans as published in The Building News, July 1st 1887. The architects Crome and Toye used a mixture of Italianate and Gothic styles to produce this extravagant sandstone building. The interior contains a large assembly hall.

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