Significant Architectural Works

1836: Gledum Road Viaduct.

1839: The Frosses Trees, north of Ballymena.

1839: The Palm House, Belfast Botanic Gardens.

1845-49: Queen's University, Belfast.

1846-50: Crumlin Road Gaol and Courthouse (now awaiting restoration).

1854: Belfast Harbour Office.

1856: Belfast Customs House.

1856: Sinclair Seaman's Presbyterian Church, Belfast.

1861: St. Stephen's Green Unitarian Church, Dublin.

1865: Old Library, Queen's University, Belfast.

1870: Castle Leslie, Northern Ireland.

Also: Linenhall Library, Belfast; Queen's and Ormeau Bridges, Belfast; Public Library in Royal Avenue, Belfast; Union Theological College (Presbyterian), Queen's University; Belfast Castle, Cave Hill; Stranmillis House, Belfast, The Waring Street Assembly Rooms, Belfast; and the Ulster Club, Belfast.

References

"Sir Charles Lanyon." Dictionary of Ulster Biography, Ulster History Circle. Accessed 4 September 2006. http://www.ulsterbiography.co.uk/biogsL.htm

"Charles Lanyon." Accessed 4 September 2006. http://www.answers.com/topic/charles-lanyon


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