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Architectural Information
  • Building type: Bank
  • Date of construction: 1894
  • Architect: Millar & Symes
  • Listing: B
  • HB/SMR Ref: HB11/14/001
  • 2nd Survey by EHS: No
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Bank of Ireland, Campsie Road, Omagh

County Tyrone

Bank of Ireland, Campsie Road, Omagh

Classical stone façade on ground floor wing of 2 storey red-brick building with Dutch gable and mullioned windows. Façade has paired pilasters to rounded arch doorway with keystone. Plain frieze and cornice. Mullioned windows in red Scottish sandstone

Building Stone Information

Stone Type Category: Buff-Pink Sandstone
Primary Stone Type: Tyrone Carboniferous Sandstone
Secondary Stone Type: Imported Permo-Triassic Sandstone
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Stonework Construction: Regular-coursed plain ashlar
Stonework Condition: Sandstone blockwork is in reasonable condition but with some evidence of isolated stone block deterioration and surface loss through flaking and granular disintegration.
Condition Assessment (QUB): 1


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