1746 – Belfry, Trinity College Dublin

Architect: Richard Cassels

“The old Hall, which extended from the present Campanile in the direction of the College gate,

1870s – Epworth Hall, Winton Rd., Ballsbridge, Dublin

Substantial Victorian villa on large grounds, previously Winton House, later owned by Wesley College. Purchased just after the First World War,

1972 – Burlington Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin


Opened in 1972 and nicknamed “the Burlo” by Dubliners, The Burlington is the largest hotel in Dublin’s city centre.

1835 – Grand Hotel, Malahide, Co. Dublin

Originally opened in 1835 by James Fagan MP and soon renamed the Royal Hotel after he received a Royal Warrant. Later renamed the Grand Hotel around 1900 during what was a time of rising nationalist sentiment.

1972 – Terminal 1, Dublin Airport

Architect: Leo M. Carroll, Aer Rianta

During the 1960s, new departure gate piers were added adjacent to the original Dublin airport terminal of 1939 to cope with larger aircraft.

1896 – Glasshouses, Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin

Architect: James Boyd

Built by James Boyd of Glasgow as the Succulents, Water Lilys, and Fern Houses, all interlinked but built over a period of almost five years.

1810 – Ballymullen Barracks, Tralee, Co. Kerry

The barracks at Tralee were originally built in the early 19th Century for Militia Regiments raised in County Kerry. In 1873 the Localisation Scheme for recruitment,

1913 – Former County Hall, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath

Architect: Arthur E. Joyce

The site was previously occupied by the old county gaol which was built in the late 18th century.

1906 – National Monument & Cenotaph, Grand Parade, Cork

Architect: Dominick J. Coakley

Originally unveiled on St Patrick’s Day 1906 and commemorates the rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848 and 1867.

1763 – John’s Bridge, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny

Architect: George Smith

John’s Bridge, which connects John’s Street with the rest of the city, was originally built after 1200 and was destroyed by the great floods of 1487 and 1763 and subsequently rebuilt each time.