Ulster Museum extension, Botanic Gardens, Belfast: the machine hall seen from the entrance
|Artist/Photographer||Watters Perry Photography|
|Country||UK: Northern Ireland|
|Library Reference||AP600/199 (WP K3811)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Seating ; Concrete ; Entrance halls ; Museums ; Machinery ; Tables|
NOTES: The Ulster Museum was designed in Classical Revival style by James Cumming Wynnes and built in 1924-1929. The extension was designed by Francis Pym and built in 1966-1972.
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