The thing that stands out to me on this Fire Station on the Lisburn Road in Belfast is the rendered arc joining the two small windows on the central part of the facade. It is echoed in the cicular segments above each of the small window on the set-back wings of the building.
It is hard to tell in the photo but there is a chequer-board effect in the brick work on the wings.
The flagpole and the stepped parapet partially hiding the pitched roof round off the deco features.
The Ragged Man’s Complaint by James Robertson
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