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October 28 @ 10:00 - 11:00

The Old Belfast Telegraph Building

The Belfast Telegraph was founded in 1870 by brothers William and George Baird. As the firm grew in size the decision was taken to establish a new headquarters building at the newly laid out Royal Avenue.Henry Seaver was selected as architect and the building was completed in red brick and Dumfries red sandstone by H & J Martin, the same company to build the Central Library and later the City Hall.
The building was extended on numerous occasions during the early 20th century and by the 1980s plans were in motion to invest £8m into a new extension, designed with glazed curtain-walling and blank exposed aggregate panels by Ferguson McIlveen to provide new modern printing facilities for the Telegraph.
Get special access to this city centre landmark building while it is in the midst of transition, hear about its past and also its future development.

Details

Date : October 28
Time : 10:00 - 11:00
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Venue

Address : 124 - 144 Royal Avenue
Belfast, BT1 1DN United Kingdom

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Tour : Booking essential
Meeting Point : Side Door, Library Street
Accessibility : Not wheelchair accessible; stairs to climb
Architect : Henry Seaver
Contractor : H & J Martin