New York Cinema
68 York Street,
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Architects: Thomas Houston
This was the second purpose-built cinema opened by Fred Stewart on York Street. Situated in the block between Frederick Street and Great George’s Street, it opened in 1916 and replaced the Palace/Electric Picture Palace which had been opened by Mr Stewart across the road, only six years earlier. Unfortunately, the New York Cinema didn’t last long either: it was destroyed by the IRA during the 1921/22 Troubles to prevent it being used as an emergency police station.
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