The Elmwood Hall, Belfast :: Shared Description


Built in 1859-62, to a design by John Corry, as Elmwood Presbyterian church. The builder was one Henry Martin who might have been the predecessor of H&J Martin. The tower was built a bit later in 1872. The railings and gateposts date from 1873. Now the home of the Ulster Orchestra.
by Albert Bridge
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J3372 : Tower detail, the Elmwood Hall, Belfast (June 2014) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (8) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (11) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (9) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : Gate pillar, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (13) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (7) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (6) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (10) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (1) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : Elmwood Hall initials, Belfast (1) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : Elmwood Hall initials, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (4) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (12) by Albert Bridge
J3372 : The Elmwood Hall, Belfast (5) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 10 Apr 2011, Updated: Sun, 10 Apr 2011

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