1755 – Beauparc, Navan, Co. Meath

Architect: Nathaniel Clements

Described in Slater’s Directory, 1894 as “the mansion is situated on the summit of a high bank,

1817 – Whitworth Aqueduct, Abbeyshrule, Co. Longford

Architect: John Killaly

Aqueduct built between 1814 to 1817 to carry the Royal Canal over the River Inny. Built to designs by John Killaly (1766–1832),

1785 – Fortfield House, Terenure, Dublin

Fortfield House survived from 1785 until it was demolished in 1934, its substantial grounds now make up much of the area with the ‘Fortfield’

1826 – Design for Castle Oliver, Co. Limerick

Architect: James Pain & George Pain

Unbuilt design by the Pains – a castle was eventually built to the designs of George Fowler Jones.

1761 – Wilson’s Hospital School, Multyfarnham, Co. Westmeath

Architect: John Pentland

Wilson’s Hospital School was founded in 1761 by Andrew Wilson as a school for young Protestant boys and also as a hospital for old men.

1968 – Armagh Planetarium, Co. Armagh

Architect: G. Phillip Bell

Armagh Planetarium was first proposed in 1943 and the Armagh observatory team worked towards its realisation for over two decades.

1925 – Church of the Immaculate Conception, Bruree, Co. Limerick

Architect: S.F. Hynes

Built using limestone from nearby Tankardstown. Designed by Cork architect S.F. Hynes, construction started in 1922 and the church was dedicated in 1925.

1858 – Railway Station, Foynes, Co. Limerick

Designed to serve the Patrickswell, Adare, Askeaton and Foynes regions, the Foynes-Limerick rail line was first opened as a passenger line in 1858.

1910 – Post Office and Bank, Foynes, Co. Limerick

Architect: William Clifford Smith

Around 1900, working on a commission from local landowner Lord Monteagle, Francis Inigo Thomas designed a Market Square for Foynes,

1943 – Former Hotel / Hospital, Foynes, Co. Limerick

Architect: Desmond Fitzgerald

The former St. Senan’s hospital was built by the Government as a hotel accommodation for passengers travelling on the flying boats which passed through Foynes while en-route to America and Continental Europe.