Re: Re: Thomas Street & James Street, Dublin!
Strange indeed. There are a number of oddities like that that still exist in Dublin, built most likely in the early 1960s but in a style harking back to more structural solidity rather then the glazed internationalism of the eara. I am thinking of particularly a building on Liffey Street with very narrow horizontal windows and a building on South Anne street (i think?) with odd protruding balconies.
I had a photo somewhere of a Pub called the Dolphin Bar (possibly in Temple Bar)….the frontage is unrevearved black Marble with a handful of windows.