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Ennis Courthouse, Gort Road, Ennis, County Clare
20000114
Thumbnail Picture: Ennis Courthouse, Gort Road, Ennis, County Clare Freestanding multiple-bay two-storey courthouse over basement, built 1852 to design attributed to J.B.Keane and Henry Whitestone. Comprising pedimented Ionic hexastyle portico approached by nine steps and surrounded by balustrade, flanked by three-b...
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Ennistymon Courthouse (former), Parliament Street, Ennistymon, County Clare
20300224
Thumbnail Picture: Ennistymon Courthouse (former), Parliament Street, Ennistymon, County Clare Detached five-bay single-storey former courthouse with breakfront end bays, built c. 1800, having recessed bay to right. Now in use as art gallery. Hipped artificial slate roof with rendered chimneystacks. Dressed rubble stone walls with recessed ...
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Tulla Courthouse, Main Street, Tulla, County Clare
20300712
Thumbnail Picture: Tulla Courthouse, Main Street, Tulla, County Clare Detached five-bay two-storey courthouse, dated 1838, with three-bay double-height central block, flanked by breakfront entrance end bays. Three-bay side elevations and two-bay single-storey lean-to return. Now also in use as County Council offices....
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Killaloe Courthouse, Court House Road, Killaloe, County Clare
20300811
Thumbnail Picture: Killaloe Courthouse, Court House Road, Killaloe, County Clare Detached five-bay two-storey court house, built c. 1830, with three-bay double-height central block, flanked by breakfront entrance end bays. Hipped artificial slate roof with chimneystacks and cut-stone eaves course. Cut-sandstone walls with quoin...
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Kilrush Courthouse, Moore Street, Kilrush, County Clare
20301224
Thumbnail Picture: Kilrush Courthouse, Moore Street, Kilrush, County Clare Attached four-bay two-storey court house, built c. 1830, with central round-headed door opening and seven-bay two-storey return. Hipped artificial slate roof with rendered parapet having cut-stone copings and eaves cornice. Rendered walls with cut-...
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