1870 – Bank of Ireland, Boyle, Co. Roscommon

Attractive bank branch with symmetrical front elevation, with doors to the banking hall and living accommodation. One of the doorways has an ATM crudely inserted. The doorway to the banking hall has a carved head keystone and flanking Corinthian columns.

Photograph courtesy, and copyright of Keith J. Allen.

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