1963 – St. Senan’s Church, Kilkee, Co. Clare

Architect: John Thompson

Said to be inspired by the Catholic cathedral of Coventry, England, the Church of the Immaculate Conception &

1831 -St. Senan’s Church, Kilkee, Co. Clare

Charming and unusual front to this small parish church, completed in 1831. It resembled a typical cruciform barn Church with the entrance between two octagonal castellated towers.

1862 – Former Cathedral, Cavan, Co. Cavan

In 1862, Cavan parish church was extended and it became the new cathedral of the Kilmore diocese under Bishop James Browne.

1713 -Southgate, Cork

Originally, like Northgate, the site of a wooden drawbridge. In May 1711, agreement was reached by the council of the City that North Gate Bridge would be rebuilt in stone,

1715 – Northgate Gaol, Cork

The gateway building contained a prison in its upper stories. Conditions were atrocious due to its cramped site, until it was replaced by the purpose built Cork Gaol in the 1820s.

1864 – North Gate Bridge, Cork

Architect: Sir John Benson

Opened St. Patrick’s Day 1864, replacing an earlier bridge, this bridge was demolished and replaced in 1961 by Griffith’s Bridge.

1935 – Church of the Four Masters, Donegal, Co. Donegal

Architect: Ralph H. Byrne

Construction started in 1931 on this Irish-Romanesque church to designs by Ralph Henry Byrne (1877-1946) and it was built between 1931 and 1935.

1880 – Church of the Immaculate Conception, Clonakilty, Co. Cork

Architect: George C. Ashlin

The Church of the Immaculate Conception is a large double-height gable-fronted building in Early French Gothic style with nave,

1853 – Lisselane, Clonakilty, Co. Cork

Architect: Lewis Vulliam

French style house constructed in the mid 1800s to designs of English architect Lewis Vulliam. The conservatory was originally constructed for the 1902 Cork Exhibition,

1823 – Gilson Endowed Schools, Oldcastle, Co. Meath

Architect: Charles Robert Cockerell

The Palladian formula of a large central block with lower links and wings used here for a endowed school building funded by Laurence Gilson.