1877 – Irish Temperance League, Nos.16-20 Lombard Street, Belfast

Architect: Joseph C. Marsh


4-storey, 3-bay, stucco building constructed to house a temperance café which operated until 1966. The architect Joseph C. Marsh was a Quaker working in Belfast who was hired by the Irish Temperance League to design coffee stands across the city. Published in The Irish Builder, April 1 1877. Demolished in 1991.

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