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19th Century Lime Kiln
19th Century (c. 1820) Lime Kiln (Restored 2006). On the site of NUI Galway Campus near Fisheries Field.
Anne Valley's Monument
The river Anne enters the sea at Annestown, Co Waterford, on the R675 between Tramore and Dungarvan. Before the bridge ...
Ballylucra Graveyard near Brooklodge, Glanmire. Some of the graves are relatively recent (within the last decade) but most seem a lot ...
Ballyriggin Wood, perched on a rocky outcrop eastward of Kilfinane town, is a familiar landmark in the local landscape. It ...
The Beacon stands looking out to the Atlantic and back at the village of Baltimore in West Cork. The Beacon marks ...
Blackrock Railway Station
Blackrock Railway Station, built c.1834.
Bridges over the Royal Canal.
19th Century bridges over the Royal Canal in County Westmeath.
Cast iron fountain Cork City
A decorated cast-iron drinking water trough (c.1850). This water fountain once refreshed people on the south-side of Washington Street before being ...
Gortmore Walled Garden, Marlfield
The high walls of a fine walled garden still stand proudly at the crossroads near St. Patrick’s Well, Marlfield, County ...
Massy’s Estate Walled Garden
In 1800 the Killakee Estate which contained the infamous Hellfire Club was acquired by Luke White of the Hugenot de ...
Merrion Railway Station
Merrion Railway Station – opened January 1835 (1) as part of the Dublin to Kingstown Railway, and closed September 1935 ...
Milltown's cottage in Heritage Park
This traditional replica herd’s cottage is dedicated to the memory of Major Richard W. (Dick) Dowling of the Irish Davis ...
Moore Hall, Co. Mayo
Moore Hall, Co. Mayo In the middle of a conifer forest that was planted after the house was abandoned, this magnificent ...
Old Coombe Hospital
The Old Coombe Hospital formally opened as the Coombe Lying-in Hospital in 1829 and was granted a Royal Charter in ...
The medieval church of Portloman is located on the western banks of Lough Owel. The ruins that can still be ...
Near the quays in Dundalk is the impressive tower of an old windmill It was built around the year 1800, now ...
St. Catherine's Holy Well
St. Catherine’s Well is situated in St. Catherine’s Regional Park exactly on the county border of Kildare and Dublin. Folklore has ...
Stameen House (Boyne Valley Hotel) Gate Lodge
Stameen House (now the Boyne Valley Hotel and Country Club) gate lodge in Co. Louth is an L-plan, three bay, ...
Built in 1785 by Matthew Fortescue for his new bride Marian McClintock. A square Georgian house of 2 storeys over a ...
Tea House Folly Galway
This is part of a designed landscape from the 18th or 19th century.
The Four Altars (Penal Altars) Ballaghaderreen
The Four Altars are Penal Altars approximately 5km from Ballaghaderreen on the road to Sligo. The Altars face North, South, East ...
Two Mile Bridge
The Two Mile Bridge is a four-arch bridge that spans the Tourig River which forms the boundary between counties Cork ...
Victorian Cartwheel Sweller
To know fully even one field or one land is a lifetime’s experience. In the world of poetic experience it ...
Waterford Post Boxes
Waterford city has at least 22 post boxes, many of them dating from the days when we were part of ...