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County Galway
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Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Rectangular-plan pier, built c.1850, running north-south. Snecked limestone block construction having battered faces with concrete copings, flights of limestone steps and iron mooring rings to side elevations. Rubble stone and concrete surface with c...
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Ardbear Bridge, Clifden, County Galway
30403513
Thumbnail Picture: Ardbear Bridge, Clifden, County Galway Rubble limestone road bridge, built c.1820, built in form of causeway and having two widely separated arches to allow travel of water. Situated at entrance to tidal Adbear Salt Lake. Segmental arches have dressed limestone voussoirs and limestone blo...
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County Galway
30403517
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Rubble limestone pier, built c.1830, constructed on bedrock with slightly battered faces and with recent concrete steps to north elevation. Pier surface consists of beach cobbles and concrete with three limestone mooring bollards. Further drystone wa...
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County Galway
30405105
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Stepped rectangular-plan pier, built c. 1860, slightly raised to recessed seaward end, and having flights of granite steps to sheltered side of both parts. Rubble granite construction, with parapet to seaward long side. Granite mooring posts at inter...
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Mace Quay, County Galway
30407601
Thumbnail Picture: Mace Quay, County Galway L-plan quay, built c.1860, having addition to south-west built c.1900. Uncoursed rubble stone walls to original quay. Coursed snecked granite blockwork to later addition with granite and concrete coping. Tooled stone steps and galvanised steel ladder...
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County Galway
30407805
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway T-shaped quay, built c.1820, with causeway. Battered rubble granite walls with granite coping, squared terminus to north-east, rounded to south. Concrete to surface, with squared stone block mooring posts. Single set of stone block steps to east elev...
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Carrickalegaun Bridge, County Galway
30407809
Thumbnail Picture: Carrickalegaun Bridge, County Galway Curvilinear causeway, built c.1895, comprising battered dry-stone walls with raised central section and two twin concrete bridge spans. Irregular coursed rubble stone parapets with toppers and concrete coping with parapet step at bridge spans. Cause...
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County Galway
30409004
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Quay, built c.1860, comprising battered dry-stone granite blocks with large stone block surface (with eroded gaps). Single stone mooring post to north-west end. Adjacent to other more recent concrete quays to west and north-west.
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County Galway
30409010
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Freestanding three-stage artillery platform, built c.1804, now derelict, comprising irregular coursed rubble stone foundation supporting ashlar limestone tower with plinth, sides of tower flaring slightly inwards until top five courses which are vert...
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County Galway
30409013
Thumbnail Picture: County Galway Detached six-bay two-storey former coastguard station, built c.1875, now ruinous, with three lean-to sections along rear (north-east elevation), concrete water tanks to east elevation, single-storey lean-to outhouses (animal sheds) to rear, single-st...
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