1967 – St. Bernadette’s Church, Knockbreda, Belfast

Architect: Brian Gregory

A distinctive church with a fan shaped plan and huge wall of “dalle de verre” glass.

1932 – 11-15 Donegall Place, Belfast

Architect: Kendrick Edwards

Known as Donegall Chambers. Two buildings previously occupied by LMS Railway Co. & Saxone reconstructed as one in 1932.

1857 – Custom House, Belfast

Architect: Charles Lanyon

Completed in 1857, the two storey Italianate Custom House stands on the site of the old Ballast Office –

1854 – St. Mary’s Church, Newcastle, Co. Down

Architect: John J. McDonnell

Starting life as a simple single aisle church, the nave was entended by two bays,

1897 – Enniskeen House, Newcastle, Co. Down

Enniskean House was built in the late 1890s by R.W Murray a businessman from Virginia in the United States. Built as a summer retreat and designed to take advantage of the spectacular views of the Mourne mountains.

1905 – Former Railway Station, Newcastle, Co. Down

The first terminus of the Belfast and County Down Railway (BCDR) opened their line south from Downpatrick in March 1869, but the current building dates from a 1905 remodelling when the Great Northern Railway of Ireland arrived here from Banbridge.

1847 – Railway Station, Portarlington, Co. Laois

Architect: Sancton Wood / George Wilkinson

The station opened on 26 June 1847, and was designed by Sanction Wood in a picturesque Gothic style for Great Southern &

1950 – ESB Power Station, Portarlington, Co. Laois

Portarlington Power Station was opened in 1950 as Ireland’s peat-fired power station, by Minister for Industry, Daniel Morrissey TD, ESB Chairman R.F.

1868 – Ardragh Church of Ireland, Co. Monaghan

Architect: Slater & Carpenter

Designed by Richard Herbert Carpenter and William Slater of London who afterward also produced plans to extend St.

1765 – Pomeroy House, Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone

Built in 1765 by the Rev James Lowry, Rector of Clougherny. The entrance front had a central, three-sided bow, one bay on either side of it.