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Architectural Heritage
The former Northern Bank building, Waring Street, Belfast
© courtesy of the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society
Heritage at Risk In Northern Ireland

"…the long main avenue was one of the first to be lit electrically, visitors travelling from far and wide to stare agog at the phenomenon…"

This article is a selection of properties throughout the Province which are currently on the buildings at risk register of the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society. Included is the former home of the footballer who is credited with inventing the penalty kick.

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