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1909 – Former Post Office, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

Architect: J. Howard Pentland


Former Post Office designed by J. Howard Pentland of the Board of Public Works. Now a coffee outlet. Like many of the post offices constructed at this time, it features brick and stone extensively. The public office also has high windows and sills allowing for desks or counters to be sited underneath. Good quality signage completes the look of post offices of this period.

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