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CHQ Building, Custom House Quay, George's Dock, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010003
Thumbnail Picture: CHQ Building, Custom House Quay, George Detached quadripartite single-storey iron and masonry former warehouse over vaulted basement, built c.1820, to designs of John Rennie. Rectangular on plan on north-south axis with four glazed gables facing south onto Custom House Quay and multiple-ba...
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Café Urbano, Mayor Street Lower, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010008
Thumbnail Picture: Café Urbano, Mayor Street Lower, Dublin 1, Dublin City Attached symmetrical seven-bay single-storey over basement brown brick and granite former excise store, dated 1821, with recessed central entrance bay flanked by pair of three-bay elevations. Restored and converted for commercial use c.2000, with sin...
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Saint Laurence O'Toole's Church, Seville Place, Sherriff Street Lower, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010017
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Laurence O Freestanding cruciform limestone Gothic Revival Roman Catholic Church, built 1844-50, to designs of John B. Keane, steeple by John Bourke. Set on east/west axis with five-bay nave, gabled transepts, single-bay gabled chancel and fronted to east by fo...
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Saint Agatha's Church , William Street North, Dunne Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010064
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Agatha Freestanding gable-fronted limestone Roman Catholic church, built between 1878 and 1908, with ashlar limestone west-facing late Baroque-style façade. Rectangular plan set on east-west axis, having bowed chancel to east. Flat-roofed projecting entranc...
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Charleville Mall Library, 16-17 Charleville Mall, Dunne Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010075
Thumbnail Picture: Charleville Mall Library, 16-17 Charleville Mall, Dunne Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City Corner-sited attached multiple-bay single-storey red brick library, built 1899, to designs of C.J. McCarthy, on loose T-plan. Three-bay gabled breakfront to west of principal/front (north) elevation. Former Carnegie community hall, built 1910, attach...
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Connolly Station, Amiens Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010119
Thumbnail Picture: Connolly Station, Amiens Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City Attached symmetrical thirteen-bay two-storey train station over raised basement, built c.1845, with advanced central four-stage campanile over triumphal arched entrance, advanced three-stage towers to either end and balustraded colonnades wings betwe...
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Connolly Station, Amiens Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010123
Thumbnail Picture: Connolly Station, Amiens Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City Attached train shed, built c.1850, adjoining rear (northeast) elevation of Connolly Station. Corrugated-iron and glazed M-profile pitched roof, supported by steel trusses and central cast-iron arcade. Red brick walls laid in Flemish bond with masonry...
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Busáras, Store Street, Beresford Place, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010126
Thumbnail Picture: Busáras, Store Street, Beresford Place, Dublin 1, Dublin City Detached multiple-bay seven-storey over concealed basement office block, built 1946-53, on east-west axis with four-storey projection to south and two-storey canopied concourse to re-entrant angle. Set-back top floor to principal block, with diminuti...
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The Harbourmaster , George's Dock, Harbourmaster Place, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010128
Thumbnail Picture: The Harbourmaster , George Detached three-bay two-storey brick former harbourmaster's house or Dock Offices, built c.1830, with three-stage tower. Redeveloped c.2000 as pub with lean-to to east and extended to rear. Square-plan three-stage brick tower abutting front elevation ...
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Saint Mary's Pro-Cathedral, Marlborough Street, Cathedral Street, Dublin 1, Dublin City
50010228
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Mary Freestanding stone-built Greek Revival Catholic cathedral, built 1814-25, on cruciform plan with pedimented portico. Possibly designed by John Sweetman, with involvement of John Taylor and George Papworth. Altered and extended c.1835, c.1840, c.1857 ...
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