1874 – 61 Donegall Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Former home of the Belfast Newsletter, the facade features relief portraits of people associated with the newspaper and the history of publishing.
1874 – 74 Cornhill, London
Still existing today, and a branch of Starbucks. The right hand entranceway is side alley.
1874 – Baptistry of St. Clement, Worlabye, Lincolnshire
From The Building News, October 9 1874: “One of our illustrations represents an example of an enclosed baptistry,
1874 – Beauvale House, Nottinghamshire
Beauvale House is an important Grade II* Listed period house designed by the famous architect E W Godwin in Old English Revival Style and completed in 1873 for the 7th Earl Cowper.
1874 – Blessingbourne House, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone
A large Elizabethan style manor-house constructed between 1870 and 1874 near Fivemiletown in County Tyrone.
1874 – Boland’s Bakery, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin
Also known as the City of Dublin Bakery, this large complex was sited across Grand Canal Dock from Boland’s own steam mills.
1874 – Burnham House, Dingle, Co. Kerry
Originally a three-storey, seven bay Georgian block of around 1790. It was later enlarged by the addition of two-storey wings.
1874 – Castle House, Stafford, Staffordshire
1874 – Castlemore House, Tullow, Co. Carlow
Built c.1874 and possibly incorporating fabric of earlier house, c. 1675. Castlemore House was a large eight-bay, two-storey residence with hood mouldings to openings and crenellations.