1890s – Former Belfast Banking Company, Dublin St., Monaghan


In 1890 the Directors of the Belfast Bank, Dublin St., Monaghan acquired the house adjoining their premises. The premises were enlarged by Mr. Thomas McElnea, contractor and the new office was described as lofty, spacious and cheery, with a massive mahogany counter running the entire length of the office, and with two massive gothic arches supporting the upper wall dividing the two houses. Photograph taken around 1918.