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Photographs of St. John's Seminary Chapel, Waterford designed by the architect George Goldie. Now, a housing unit.

Detached limestone Gothic Revival Catholic church. Six-bay nave, north and south aisles, semi-octagonal chancel at east end, three-stage belfry tower.

Church in Gothic Revival Style. Unusually, has only one side-aisle. Pointed arch windows and interior limestone columns,

Church of the Sacred Heart, The Crescent, Limerick. Main Altar.
Photograph. TIFF. Showing interior views of the Church of the Sacred Heart, Limerick. Interior designs by George Goldie, Architect.

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Chapel built 1872-74. Exterior - Early French-Romanesque. Interior Gothic Influenced Reredos and Altar. Reredos and altar moved to St. Brigid's Church, Ballycallan, Co. Kilkenny, in 1995.

The Good Shepherd Convent, Industrial School and Convent Chapel. Waterford. Now part of Waterford Institute of Technology(2019). Architectural designs attributed to George Goldie. (see related resource).

Loreto Convent, Letterkenny, Donegal. 1861, Designed by Goldie & Hadfield. Gothic characteristics. Attached to an earlier building to the left, former bishop's residence. The interior chapel has been largely remodeled. Original tabernacle, Stations…

Photograph of chapel showing exterior and interior views of altar and twenty-first-century alterations including removal of seating. Built in 1865 following designs by George Goldie, architect. Also included image of interior prior to alterations.
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