Our Masonic Hall
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About our Masonic Hall
The current design of the Hall by Brother John Macgeagh and built by Messer and McQuoid Ltd for the sum of almost £10,000 is in style of the Art Deco. The fact that all of the money was raised goes to the credit of those brethren whose self-imposed task was by no means an easy one. Most of those pioneers of the project have passed away; however their successors have the satisfaction of now possessing a beautiful and ornate edifice.
Also incorporate during the construction of the building; are three large and well-fashioned granite stones bearing the square and compasses; these were removed during the demolition of the old Masonic Hall Donegall Place; which was occupied by the brethren up until the opening of the New Masonic Hall in Arthur Square in 1870.
Crumlin Road Masonic Hall; has a number of portraits in oils of individuals, these distinguished brethren are associated with outstanding Masonic activities within the Crumlin Road district.