1896 – Second Unbuilt Design for Belfast Cathedral

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew

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In 1896, Sir Thomas Drew produced two designed for a new cathedral for Belfast. The first one, a gothic revival church was shelved due to cost. A second design, this one, was adopted by the design committee, but much altered, with the final design forming the basis of what is there today. Elements of the final design was also not completed due to cost.

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