The entrance to the office of the former Beamish & Crawford stables on Bishop Street is a fine example of the use of native limestone and sandstone in Cork architecture. A tannery and a salt & lime works occupied the site before the Beamish & Crawford brewery took it over. It now houses an enterprise centre.
Bishop Street / Sráid an Easpaig
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