1935 – Church of the Four Masters, Donegal, Co. Donegal
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
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
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
The Palladian formula of a large central block with lower links and wings used here for a endowed school building funded by Laurence Gilson.
1874 – Presbyterian Church, Glennan, Co. Monaghan
An attractive small Presbyterian church set back at the edge of a verdant graveyard. Designed by John Boyd of Belfast,
1866 – Church of Saint John the Baptist, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
The foundation stone was laid by Bishop Fallon in 1858. The church was knocked down in 1862 by a storm and again in 1863.
1891 – Railway Bridge, Talbot Street, Dublin
Part of the Loop Line constructed to connect the Great Northern at Amiens Street with the Dublin,
1807 – Military Barracks, Kinsale, Co. Cork
Constructed to replace an earlier barrackc in Barrack Green, and destroyed by Anti Treaty Forces in August 1922 during the Irish Civil War.
1855 – Former Convent of Mercy, Ardee, Co. Louth
Built in the mid-1850s, the convent was designed by John Neville, County Surveyor for Louth. The three-storey seven-bay block built of coursed rubble features with an attractive cut limestone single-storey porch in Perpendicular style.
1872 – Church of the Sacred Heart & Saint Brigid, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare
The foundation stone was laid by Cardinal Cullen on 9th August 1869, and opened on 6th September 1872.