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12 November 2015

1882 – Church, Killusty, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Walter G. Doolin Illustration published in 1890 in The Irish Builder after the church was erected “some time”. As built, it has a bell-cote to the main gable frontage. The interior has...

12 November 2015

1889 – School, Vicarstown, Co. Laois

Architect: Charles Geoghegan “Our illustration with present number shows a perspective view of the schools recently erected on the Vicarstown Estate, Queen’s County, formerly the property of James Grattan, Esq. They have been...

11 November 2015

1880 – House, Ardlough, Co. Derry

Architect: Frederick H. Godwin “This house stands a little way out of the City of Londonderry, and is beautifully situated on the banks of the River Faughan. The ground floor contains: – entrance...

11 November 2015

1879 – House, Chapel-Hill, Derry

Architect: Frederick H. Godwin Born in Donegal, Frederick H. Godwin and his elder brother, William Arthur Godwin, were working in the London office of his uncle Edward W. Godwin. Unfortunately, in 187,1 but...

11 November 2015

1885 – Church and Presbytery, Over Darwen, Lancashire

Architect: Pugin & Pugin Described in The Irish Builder, “This church, the foundation stone of which was laid by the Bishop of Salford on the 3rd of May, last year, was originally designed...

11 November 2015

1879 – Villa, Grosvenor Rd., Rathgar, Dublin

Architect: G.P. Beater Large detached house in Grosvenor Road, finished in late 1878 or early 1879. According to The Irish Builder, constructed by J. and W. Beckett of South King Street.

11 November 2015

1871 – RIC Barrack, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: James H. Owen Severe and forbidding Royal Irish Constabulary barrack, one of a series designed in a similar style around Ireland.

11 November 2015

1870 – Design for RIC Barracks, Ireland

Architect: James H. Owen Design by James H. Owen of the Board of Works for RIC police barracks – described as a “second class station”. Owen, Charles Lanyon’s brother-in-law, succeeded his father as...

11 November 2015

1875 – Mortuary Chapel, Taunton, Somerset

Architect: William J. Fennell Entry competition by Dublin architect William J. Fennell for mortuary chapels in Taunton. According to The Irish Builder: “The instructions furnished, required two chapels – one for Episcopalians, and...