Armagh Court House :: Shared Description

Armagh Court House built in 1809 was the work of the Dublin-based Board of Works architect, Francis Johnston. His fee was a princely £27-6s-0d. The building suffered much damage during the Troubles being bombed by the IRA on a number of occasions. The worst incident was in September 1993. The building is still protected by high fences and entry is via a reinforced sangar to the side of the building.
by Eric Jones
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H8745 : Armagh Court House from the Ulsterbus Station by Eric Jones
H8745 : The elongated portico pillars of Armagh Court House by Eric Jones
H8745 : The Court House, Armagh, from the Mall by Eric Jones
H8745 : Armagh's Court House viewed from The Mall by Eric Jones
H8745 : Armagh Court House viewed across College Hill by Eric Jones
H8745 : The portico of Armagh Courthouse by Eric Jones
H8745 : The western façade of Armagh Court House by Eric Jones
H8745 : View east along College Street Armagh by Eric Jones
H8745 : Sangar entrance to Armagh Court House by Eric Jones
H8745 : The south side of the portico of Armagh Courthouse  by Eric Jones


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Created: Sat, 18 Jun 2016, Updated: Sat, 18 Jun 2016

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