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Co. Dublin

28 January 2010

1855 – Railway Station, Howth, Co. Dublin

A fine little station built at the end of the branch line from Howth Junction on the main Dublin – Belfast route. The station is elevated above road level and accessed by a...

28 January 2010

1866 – St Mary’s Church of Ireland, Howth, Co. Dublin

Architect: J.E. Rogers St Mary’s stands on a pretty elevated site next to the entrance to Howth Castle. Designed by J.E. Rogers, who was a student of Benjamin Woodward, it is an attractive...

28 January 2010

1973 – St. Fintan’s Church, Sutton, Co. Dublin

Architect: Robinson Keefe Devane Modern catholic church built to cater for the expanding population of the village and area in the 1970s. St Fintans is a stark excample of churches from the period...

28 January 2010

1846 – Railway Station, Sutton, Co. Dublin

A small railway station on the branch line from the main Belfast-Dublin line to Howth. A very simple platform with a cantilevered canopy featuring decorative roundels with the intertwined initials of the Great...

28 January 2010

1880 – Sutton Castle Hotel, Sutton, Co. Dublin

Architect: Alfred Darbyshire Designed by Manchester based architect Alfred Darbyshire as the main home for the Jameson family of the whiskey fame. Alfred Darbyshire had worked on their distillaries previously. The house is...

28 January 2010

1900 – Seaside Terrace, Sutton, Co. Dublin

A fine terrace in good condition with varied decorative features. One side has an ornate latticed veranda to ground floor. with a decorative turret and gable to attic windows. The other side is...

28 January 2010

1805 – Martello Tower, Sutton, Co. Dublin

A Martello Tower along the coast converted into a residence. Dublin’s coastline has Martello towers at regular intervals as coastal defence. Originally each tower would have had a gun battery on the flat...

28 January 2010

1815 – 11-12 Upper Main Street, Lucan, Co. Dublin

A pair of substantial former domestic buildings which, though partly altered, retain their original proportions and dominant presence in the streetscape. Valuable interior fragments.

28 January 2010

1961 – Journey’s End, Howth, Co. Dublin

Architect: Andrew Devane Built by Andrew Devane of Robinson Keefe Devane as a family home for himself. This was a stunning modern house on a magnificent site overlooking Dublin bay, perched on 300...