Former Armagh City Hospital :: Shared Description

Located in Abbey Street, the hospital was built in 1774 to plans drawn up by the architect George Ensor on what had been the site of the former home of Thomas Dawson, Burgess of Armagh. After its closure, it was for a time in the 1990s the Armagh campus of Queen's University Belfast. Today parts of the building house Armagh's Irish and Local Studies Library, Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Planning Department and the Armagh Youth Hostel.

by Eric Jones
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H8745 : The former Armagh City Hospital by Eric Jones
H8745 : The former Armagh City Hospital, Abbey Street, Armagh   by Eric Jones
H8745 : The former Armagh City Hospital, Abbey Street by Eric Jones
H8745 : View north along Abbey Street from the corner of Cathedral Close by Eric Jones
H8745 : The gate lodge of the former Armagh City Hospital by Eric Jones

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Created: Mon, 13 Jun 2016, Updated: Mon, 13 Jun 2016

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