1861 – Church of the Holy Cross, Tramore, Co. Waterford
The interior of this fine gothic revival church has been completely vandalised by the movement interpreting the Vatican II guidelines.
1862 – Catholic Church, Tramore, Co. Waterford
Typical composition of the architect J.J. McCarthy with the offset tower. The church has none of the lightness of some of his other work –
1864 – North Station, Waterford, Co. Waterford
Drawing Courtesy of Andrew Kelly
Waterford originally had two railway stations – the North Station, where the current station is today –
1866 – Gurteen le Poer, Gurteen, Co. Waterford
Constructed for Edmond de la Poer, whose family has held land here from Norman times.
1867 – Ferrybank Catholic Church, Co. Waterford
Built in two phases, this church was started by Pugin &
1870 – St. John’s College, Waterford
Constructed between 1868 and 1879, the diocesan college had a cloistered central court and chapel –
1872 – Granary / Museum Of Treasures, Waterford
Old granary building converted into a local museum. A new annex has been constructed (1998) to act as entrance-way and reception for the building,
1872 – Railway Station, Lismore, Co. Waterford
Lismore was first served by rail when the independent Fermoy & Lismore Railway connected the town with that of the already existing Great Southern &
1874 – St Saviour’s Dominican Church, Waterford
A curious church, the classical facade marred by the asymmetrical placing of the belltower, the entire building feels disjointed.