Elmwood Hall

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This article is about the church in the United Kingdom. For the house in the United States, see Elmwood Hall (Ludlow, Kentucky).
Elmwood Hall

Elmwood Hall is a former Presbyterian Church, on University Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland.[1] It is situated opposite Queen's University Belfast. The Hall was built in 1860-2 and is a mixture of styles, principally Italianate with a spire on top of a campanile.[1] It was designed by John Corry but not actually erected until 1872. The pulpit and other internal furnishings have been removed along with the stained glass windows.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Walker, Brian M.; Dixon, Hugh (1984). In Belfast Town, 1864-1880: Early Photographs from the Lawrence Collection. Belfast: Friar's Bush Press. ISBN 0-946872-01-5
  2. ^ Larmour, Paul (1987). Belfast: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. Belfast: Friar's Bush Press. ISBN 0-946872-10-4

Coordinates: 54°35′11″N 5°56′11″W / 54.5863°N 5.9363°W / 54.5863; -5.9363