KELLY PLASTICS 24 BENBURB STREET PHOTOGRAPHED 21 DECEMBER 2009
Back in 2009 I used a Canon EOS-1DS MarkIII fitted with an EF24-105mm f/4 IS USM lens.
To the best of my knowledge this shop is still unoccupied.
Terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c.1870, having return to rear and shopfront to front (south) elevation
Here is as description from the National Inventory Of Architectural Heritage:
“This building forms part of a terrace of shops with residential space upstairs. The composition of the façade is replicated to its neighbouring buildings, creating a sense of uniformity and making a pleasing contribution to the streetscape. Its shopfront, which provides contextual interest, is well executed and enlivened by decorative fluting and curved edges to the brick pilasters. Although no longer used as a shop, it is well maintained. Polychrome brick to the first floor and chimneystack provide an element of visual contrast, and imply a date of construction in the late Victorian era. Timber sash windows and granite sills add architectural interest to this modest but aesthetically pleasing building.”
By infomatique on 2009-12-21 16:22:01