1863 – Ulster Bank, Waterloo Place, Derry

Architect: Thomas Jackson


Fine Italianate bank building by Belfast architect Thomas Jackson. Jackson was architect to the Ulster Bank, and designed many branches but the design of the head office was given to Glasgow architect James Hamilton. Bombed and later demolished in 1975. Published in The Dublin Builder, February 1 1863.

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