The Ulster Reform Club, Belfast :: Shared Description

One of the buildings erected as part of the redevelopment of Hercules Place and Hercules Street as Royal Avenue and one of two landmark buildings at the southern end (the other was the Provincial Bank (now a Tesco). It was built, of red sandstone, in 1883-85. The architects were Maxwell and Tuke of Manchester. The material has survived well. This plain but distinguished building includes some interesting features and detail.
by Albert Bridge
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J3374 : Wall and gate protection, Belfast (15) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : Architectural detail. Ulster Reform Club, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club (detail), Belfast (5) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club, Belfast (detail) (4) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : Turret and cupola, Ulster Reform Club, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club (detail), Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club (detail), Belfast (1) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club (renovations), Belfast (September 2019) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : Turret and chimneys, Ulster Reform Club, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3374 : Santander bank, Royal Avenue, Belfast (February 2019) by Albert Bridge
J3374 : The Ulster Reform Club (detail) Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Sun, 16 Sep 2012, Updated: Sun, 16 Sep 2012

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