Bank of Ireland

TrimCounty Meath

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Bank of Ireland

This Bank of Ireland building is located in the civil parish of Trim in County Meath. 

The building was constucted around the year 1909. 

It was designed by L.A. O'Donell. 

The Bank is striking in the streetscape as there are no other buildings in Trim which are made of red brick, sandstone, and terracotta tiles. The surrounding buildings are grey in colour as they are all made of limestone. 

The building has been maintained to an excellent standard and is still in use as a bank today. 

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Inventory of Architectural Heritage Ireland VIEW SOURCE

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