1873 – Hickman Monument, Cork, Co. Cork
It has been our pleasing duty for some time past to record the great activity which prevails throughout the south of Ireland in all branches of the building trade,
1873 – Holy Trinity Church, Crosshaven, Co. Cork
Designed by William Burges after he had won the commission for St Finn Barre’s Cathedral in Cork,
1875 – Blarney House, Co. Cork
From The Architect, August 21, 1875: This new mansion has just been completed for Sir George C.
1875 – Lighthouse and Keepers Dwellings, Galley Head, Co. Cork
Galley Head Lighthouse is one of 70 lighthouses operated by the Commissioners of Irish Lights around the coast of Ireland.
1875 – St Lukes, Cork
Saint Luke’s Church of Ireland was the third church to stand on the site.
1878 – Bank of Ireland, Mill Street, Co. Cork
Designed as a branch of the National Bank, the is a fine small-town bank designed in a High Victorian Gothic with fine chimney stacks.
1879 – Convent of Mercy Chapel, Bantry, Co. Cork
The chapel was a later addition to the Romanesque Revival complex, and was designed by S.F.
1879 – Patrician Monastery, Mallow, Co. Cork
Originally constructed 1879 with a later extension to the rear added at cost of £1,000 in 1922. The tower and spire was removed in the 1960s.
1879 – Post Office, Cork
Large post office building with a fine curved façade with arcaded windows. Designed by Jacob Owen of the Board of Works and later extended by T.J.