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01 October 2012

1865 – Baptistry of St. Francis, Notting Hill, London

Architect: John Francis Bentley The church was built in 1860 by John Bentley, later famous as the architect of Westminster Cathedral. In 1865 Bentley extended the north aisle to include the Baptistry which...

04 September 2012

1865 – Union Bank of London, Chancery Lane, London

Architect: F.W. Porter By 1902 there were 24 branches in London and its suburbs. In 1917 231 branches were operating. The bank amalgamated with National Provincial Bank of England Ltd, bankers of London,...

21 August 2012

1865 – St. Martin’s Church, Vicar’s Road, London

Architect: E.B. Lamb Illustration published in The Builder in 1866. Still in use today, the church is a local landmark with its tall tower.

06 February 2012

1865 – Lloyd & Jones Building, Chicago, Illinois

Designed by by the Architectural Iron Works of New York. Described as “Elevation of front of a portion of building built for Alex. Lloyd and J. Q. Jones, Chicago” in the illustrated brochure...

06 February 2011

1865 – Tuttle Building, Chicago, Illinois

Front elevation for Fred Tuttle and others, Chicago by the Architectural Iron Works of New York. Described as “Elevation of Front of Building erected for F. Tuttle & others” in the illustrated brochure...

28 June 2010

1865 – Gatehouse, Iveagh Gardens, Dublin

Picturesque yet substantial gatehoue to the park entrance at Clonmell Place. The Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin’s parks and gardens. They were designed by Ninian Niven (1799...

15 June 2010

1865 – Christ Church, Bray, Co. Wicklow

Architect: William Slater A large and elaborate Church of Ireland, unusually so, as their churches tended to be more understated. This actually looks like a Roman Catholic church. The church is entered through...

01 April 2010

1865 – Axa Insurance, Mary Street, Dublin

Architect: William G. Murray Designed as a warehouse for a local merchant Patrick Beakey, this is now part of a larger office building. The main fa├žade is to Wolfe Tone Street but the...

18 February 2010

1865 – No. 39 “Lucky Coadys”, Dame Street, Dublin

Architect: William Fogerty “Lucky Coady’s” gets its name from its past as a small shop that sold Irish Sweepstakes tickets, having sold many winning tickets over the years. The shop has a fine...