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28 November 2010

1860 – Aughentaine Castle, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone

Aughentaine Castle consisted of a two-storey main block and a lower two-storey wing, with two tall Italianate campaniles of equal height, one at each end. There was an open porch; two-light and three-light...

13 July 2010

1860 – Plaza de Toros, Valencia, Spain

Architect: Sebastián Monleón A a large, impressive structure in the style of a Roman Coliseum by Sebastián Monleón, built between 1850-1860, the bullring is 18 metres high and the ring has a diameter...

30 June 2010

1860 – Church of the Assumption, Wexford, Co. Wexford

Architect: Richard Pierce / J.J. McCarthy On of Wexford’s “twin churches”, these Neo-Gothic buildings were opened in 1858 and the twin spires are part of the unique skyline of the town. Each Church...

21 June 2010

1860 – Palais de la Bourse, Lyon, France

Architect: René Dardel Designed as a multipurpose building to house the Chamber of Commerce and the Commercial Court as well as a museum of art and industry, construction started in 1856 and the...

15 June 2010

1860 – Kelly’s Bath House, Bray, Co. Wicklow

Detached two-bay two-storey former bath house, constructed by John Kelly and provided hot, cold and open sea baths. To the north side is an enclosed rear yard. The building now is boarded up...

15 June 2010

1860 – Martello Terrace, Bray, Co. Wicklow

A largely uniform terrace of eight houses built in 1860. A veranda and first floor Regency style balcony, with Chinoiserie railings. spans the front of the building, continuing across the whole grouping.

18 February 2010

1860 – No.69 Dame Street, Dublin

A fine large commercial premises on Dame Street with decorative plasterwork. It is in effect two buildings, with two separate doorways off-centre at ground level.

05 February 2010

1860 – Molyneux Church and Asylum for Blind Females, Leeson Park, Dublin

Architect: Rawson Carroll Winning entry for an architectural competition held in late 1859 to design asylum and adjoining Christ Church. Unsuccessful entrants included William G. Murray, John McCurdy, and William Barre. Foundation stone...

28 January 2010

1860 – Former Findlater’s, Howth, Co. Dublin

Findlater’s was once a chain of food and wine merchants in the Dublin area. This was built as their Howth store and later became a bar as part of a local hotel complex....

27 January 2010

1860 – St. John the Evangelist, Mounttown, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Architect: Joseph Welland Designed as a Church of Ireland, and originally opened for public worship on 23 May 1860; consecrated 16 June 1864, it is now used by a conservative Catholic group who...