1870 – Entrance Gates, Milltown, Cemetery, Belfast

Architect: Timothy Hevey

Still standing and largely intact today, the gates to the Milltown Cemetery were completed shortly after it opened.

1890 – ‘Redcot’, Knock, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Thomas McC. Johnston

“The house has recently been erected for Mr. T. Paul, and enjoys one of the finest sites about Belfast.

1870 – Annadale House, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Luke Livingston Macassey

“The lithograph illustration given with the present number is of a hose just completed, a short distance fro Belfast,

2019 – Printing House, Square, Trinity College, Dublin

Architect: McCullough Mulvin Architects

To be constructed on the site of the 1970’s office development known as Oisin House,

1892 – Great Ulster Convention Hall, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Robert Inkerman Calwell

Temporary convention hall for a vast meeting of Ulster Unionists to discuss the possibility of Home Rule being granted to Ireland by Gladstone.

1956 – Kinnahalla Youth Hostel, Hilltown, Co. Down

Architect: G. Philip Bell & Roger H. Bell

Intended as a Youth Hostel to be known as the George VI Memorial Foundation Hostel,

1899 – Masonic Hall, Donaghadee, Co. Down

Architect: William Curragh

Small brick Masonic Hall completed in 1899. The Irish Builder of September 1 1899 named the archtect as William Curragh but other sources suggest J.J.

1726 – Kenmare House, Co. Kerry

The original Kenmare House was built in 1726, and designed by Viscount Kenmare himself in a French chateau style. The house was two stories high and had dormered attics with steep,

1880s – Munster & Leinster Bank, Killarney, Co. Kerry

Large branch for a busy provincial market town. As was traditional in Ireland, the branch manager had living accommodation over the public office.

1898 – Methodist Church, Ballynafeigh, Belfast

Architect: Alfred A. Forman as Forman & Aston

Unusual and elaborate Methodist Church – the octagonal body of the church is obscured by the main facade and other elements added to create and elaborate whole.