1909 – Post Office, Tullamore, Co. Offaly
An unusual Post Office building on O’Connor Square, the building boasts this unusual doorway, probably to provide a modicum of shelter for the old ladies collecting their pensions
1909 – Queen’s Theatre, Pearse St., Dublin
Now demolished, but built as a variety theatre in 1844, rebuilt in 1909, and later used by the Abbey Players after the Abbey Theatre was destroyed in a fire in 1951.
1909 – St Bricin’s Military Hospital, Arbour Hill, Dublin
Founded as the George V Hospital and designed by the Royal Engineers of the British Army,
1909 – Town Hall, Swinford, Co. Mayo
Simple, almost domestic townhall for Swinford. Reported in the Tuam Herald, “Mr. Cairns, C.E., has been entrusted with the preparation of plan and specification for a Town Hall in Swinford,
1909 – Trinity Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
First Letterkenny Church was completely rebuilt in 1909 but 12 years later was destroyed by a fire,
1910 – Bridge Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin
Sketch design by the city architect Horace T. O’Rourke for a new gallery on a bridge in the River Liffey.
1910 – Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Nicely sited on the bank of a small river, the Bridge House Hotel has an interesting shop front with nice early twentieth century detailing in the window frames and doors.
1910 – British & Irish Steampacket Building, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin
One of the few remaining older buildings on this quay, as most of the former industrial premises have been pulled down for redevelopment.
1910 – Carnegie Library & Technical School, Bangor, Co. Down
One of the fine public librarys funded in part by Andrew Carnegie’s foundation, constructed started in 1909,