1925 – Greenville Hall, South Circular Road, Dublin.

Architect: A.V. O’Rourke

Former synagogue now in use as offices. Built on the site of Greenville House, which along with its demesne was sold in the 1870s.

1935 – Player Wills, South Circular Rd., Dublin

Architect: Beckett & Harrington

Built in 1935 as a factory for Player Wills tobacco, the building remained in use until manufacturing moved out of Ireland in 2005.

1931 – Wiggins Teape, East Wall Dublin

Architect: Samuel Stevenson & Sons

Originally a factory for Fry-Cadbury and later Wiggins Teape, this large 1930s complex was demolished in 2001.

1926 – Mitchell’s Hotel, Nos 9-11 Grafton St., Dublin

Architect: W.M. Mitchell & Sons

Constructed as a new hotel in the mid 1920s, and later contained a fashionable restaurant at street level.

1880 – Belfast Royal Academy, Cliftonville Rd., Belfast

Architect: Young & Mackenzie

A rather dour school building in a late Gothic style, finished in Scrabo stone. The Academy was founded in 1785 by Rev.

1925 – Annaghkilly Railway Viaduct, Co. Monaghan

Architect: F.A. Champion

Only the gaunt steel supports of this railway viaduct now stand – both the track bed and the railway embankments having been cleared since the line closed.

1891 – Garrison NCO Mess, McKee Barracks, Dublin

Architect: Major Robert Barklie RE

Garrison NCO Mess standing apart from the main ranges of the former Marlborough Barracks.

2015 – Tommy Makem Arts & Community Centre, Keady, Co. Armagh

Architect: DA Architects

A modern, multi-purpose facility which commemorates the life and times of the internationally-celebrated Irish folk musician.

No.8 Dawson Street, Dublin

No 8 Dawson Street is a very fine mansion house with considerable surviving mid eighteenth century joinery and decorative plasterwork that has been well maintained.

No.55 Dawson Street, Dublin

Well maintained Georgian house surround by later buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries.