ah go back to bed.
Well, okay not too bad. Fitzgerald's D'Olier House is P which is presumably what you meant hutton
, and Peter.
Clare Street is very well spotted as N - a classic Dublin vista as viewed from Nassau Street, given away in the compliation by a certain cupola...
Q is Tyrone House. Surprisingly few nine-over-sixes on major buildings in the city so those tall windows probably stood out.
And of course Moore is O. Still enjoys the odd tipple.
...especially if a nice Australian Cabernet Sauvignon.
Anyone else enjoy reading 'My trip to Historic Dublin' sites by silly Americans?
Can across one recently delighting over the 'Georgian' chimneys of the Scottish Widows in 'Georgian Dublin', and Moore, 'both at least 200 years old'
So poor J languishes at the bottom of the pile
Come on, it's hardly that difficult. At least Foster Place is getting warmer in that with that level of decoration it's clearly Regency or 20th century classicisim. But which? And where?
(and shut up Devin - you always have to spoil everything)