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01 May 2014

1915 – Lloyds Bank, Manchester

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons The grand baroque Lloyd’s Bank is one of the the most imposing banks in Manchester. In a fine corner setting, this huge banking hall was completed in 1915...

11 July 2013

1915 – Coliseum Theatre, Henry St., Dublin

Architect: Bertie Crewe & Francis Bergin This theatre was opened in April 1915 and destroyed in the 1916 Easter Rising. Shown here, in a photograph from the Capuchin Archive after its destruction. Also...

07 February 2013

1915 – Railway Terminus, Blacksod Bay, Co. Mayo

Architect: Hoare & Wheeler Unbuilt proposal for a large railway terminus to serve a trans-atlantic liner terminal that would have seen Liverpool ousted not just as the transatlantic departure point for British passenger...

26 January 2013

1915 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Vancouver

Architect: Darling & Pearson Now a branch of Birks. Listed on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada.

06 August 2011

1915 – McLeod Building, Edmonton, Alberta

Architect: J.K. Dow As the only terra cotta-clad building in the city, this massive Chicago School style building is valued for its landmark status, its architecture and its unique decoration, which reflects the...

11 March 2011

1915 – No.31 Capel Street, Dublin

Architect: George L. O’Connor Existing building adapted in 1915 by O’Connor by remodelling the ground and first floor facade to provide a new commercial unit.

11 March 2011

1915 – Nos. 148-149 Capel Street, Dublin

Architect: George L. O’Connor Commercial building with two shop units, unfortunate shop fronts.

01 March 2011

1915 – Power House, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Victor W. Horwood Built as the Province of Manitoba Power House to generate power for the Provincial Legislature and Law Courts buildings alongside.

08 November 2010

1915 – St. Mary’s Basilica, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Emmanuel Louis Masqueray By the early years of the twentieth century, Minneapolis was a flourishing city. The Falls of St. Anthony was instrumental in establishing the city as one of the world’s...

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