FEATURES AN ESB ELECTRICITY SUB-STATION
I used an iPhone 12 Pro Max and because of the strong sunlight coupled with my lack of skill some of the images exhibit lens flare.
O’Mahoney’s Avenue provides an excellent view of St Luke’s Church which is the most imposing building in the area.
The avenue features a detached single-bay single-storey substation, built c.1950. Flat roof with moulded cornice. Rendered walls with decorative plaque and raised render surround to entrance. Triple timber matchboards doors with louvred vents. Circular opening with fixed louvres. This substation is representative of the design employed by the ESB in the mid twentieth century, and is a well-articulated building, with a high level of design and detailing. Notable features include the moulded cornice and the eye-catching plaque.