Nos 2-4 Chichester Street, Belfast :: Shared Description


A small building, at the corner of Chichester Street and Callender Street, built in 1894 to s design by Samuel Stevenson. For many years occupied by Payne’s merchant and ladies' tailor. Reputedly the first building in Belfast lit by electricity it was, in more recent times, the offices of the Bradford and Bingley.
by Albert Bridge
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J3374 : Former Bradford & Bingley, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : 2 Chichester Street, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : Callender Street, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 19 Aug 2012, Updated: Sun, 19 Aug 2012

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