The Future of Cork's Quaysides?

That building's grand - old meets new.

New plonking down and squashing the Old, makes sense.

It backdropped against the old school St. Lukes Area looks interesting to my eyes
 
That building's grand - old meets new.

New plonking down and squashing the Old, makes sense.

It backdropped against the old school St. Lukes Area looks interesting to my eyes

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Lol, Jesus wept.

It looks like someone dropped a shipping container on the building. Revolting.

Good God, the goggles do nothing!

We had one chance of making something decent of our quayside and one of the first buildings up is this revolting glass container opressing the beauty of the building below it.

Between this and the shit they've planned for Morrisson's Island, the dream of having a city that's less of an eye sore is disappearing.
 
Good God, the goggles do nothing!

We had one chance of making something decent of our quayside and one of the first buildings up is this revolting glass container opressing the beauty of the building below it.

Between this and the shit they've planned for Morrisson's Island, the dream of having a city that's less of an eye sore is disappearing.

Once the Kerry tower goes up through the customs house they will have well and truly destroyed the quays.

You'll be able to see that particular eyesore in Little Island.
 
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