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1847 – Portlaoise Railway Station, Co. Laois

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Architect: Sancton Wood

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Originally a station on the Great Southern and Western Railway, Portlaoise Railway Station cost upwards of £5,000 to build. Designed by Sancton Wood and characteristically Gothic in style, it was made out of local limestone.

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