Listed alphabetically by County and town
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Page updated 6/8/2017
Protestant Cathedral, Armagh
Emerald series card p.u. in 1906.
A view from the other side of the Cathedral drawn by artist Donald S Nelson and dated 1972.
St.Senan’s Roman Catholic Church, Kilkee, Co.Clare
An absolutely ghastly monstrosity consecrated in 1963 and which replaced an earlier church on the same site. According to the parish website the ‘design‘ was inspired by the Catholic cathedral of Coventry, England and built by a local building contractor. It shows on both counts! Seating for 1,100 worshippers.
Card by NPO Dexter.
St. Finn Barr’s Cathedral, Cork
A rather fine card of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral by Raphael Tuck & Co.
Presbyterian Meeting House, Stranorlar
A fine pile which was completed in 1908 and which replaced a more modest thatched structure previously in use. Unknown publisher.
Loads of information here: Centenary Celebrations Stranorlar Presbyterian Church
St.Columba’s College Chapel
The Chapel, from the North West, St.Columba’s College, published by R.A.P.Co.Ltd., London EC4 for the Warden, St.Columba’s College – sold on eBay 5/8/2017 for £13.50.
St.Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
An interesting view of the interior by Cardall Ltd., Dublin.
Above: An exterior view of St.Patrick’s Cathedral in the attractive ‘silhouette‘ series by Stewart & Woolf.
St.Mary’s Abbey, Howth
No publisher indicated.
Still extant today and more information about the Abbey may be found here.
Mary Immaculate, Refuge of Sinners Church, Rathmines
A striking landmark on Lower Rathmines Road. More details here.
An early view by Milton.
The Pro-Cathedral, Marborough Street, Dublin
One of my least favourite churches – perhaps it’s the cramped location, perhaps it’s the crude design? Anyway here it is in all of its glory from the Wrench Series No.1972.
More here: www.procathedral.ie/about-us
Cong Abbey, Co.Galway
Wrench series No.1956.
Ardfert Cathedral, Co.Kerry
A Valentines view of the cathedral.
RC Church, Desertmartin
The strangely named Desertmartin gets its name from the Irish Díseart Máirtín, meaning “hermitage of St. Martin”. I always wondered until tonight – Wiki is truly the fount of all knowledge!
An early card by Doo-Well Publishing Co., Ballymena – printed in Germany.
St.Mel’s Cathedral, Longford
Built between 1840/1856 St.Mel’s Cathedral served the RC community of Longford until it was completely gutted by fire in 2009. It has since been fully rebuilt and reopened for services in 2014.
Card is in the W&RS series published for Stoker, Longford.
St.Brendan’s R.C.Church, Birr, Co.Offaly
Nice Valentines view but why is there a man standing on the bridge parapet?