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Longford Town Methodist Meeting House, Battery Road, Longford Town, County Longford
13001044
Thumbnail Picture: Longford Town Methodist Meeting House, Battery Road, Longford Town, County Longford Freestanding four-bay single-cell Methodist church, built 1897, with projecting gabled porch to the south end of the west elevation, two-bay sacristy to the north end of the east façade with a later single-storey extension attached to the to east. P...
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St. John's Church of Ireland Church, Church Street, Battery Road, Longford Town, County Longford
13002006
Thumbnail Picture: St. John Freestanding Church of Ireland church, built 1710, and altered c. 1780 and between c. 1810 and 1812, having three-bay nave and central three-stage tower to the west with needle spire over (on octagonal plan). Tower flanked to either side (north and ...
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St. Mel's Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. Mel's Square, Dublin Street, Longford Town, County Longford
13002327
Thumbnail Picture: St. Mel Freestanding seven-bay Roman Catholic cathedral on cruciform-plan, started c. 1840, having single-bay transepts (east and west) and four-storey clergy accommodation to the rear (north). Also in use as a museum (rear, north). Roof and rainwater good...
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Convent of Mercy, St. Joseph's Road, Longford Town, County Longford
13004039
Thumbnail Picture: Convent of Mercy, St. Joseph Attached convent chapel on cruciform cruciform-plan, built 1872-74, comprising a four-bay nave, tower on square-plan (with pyramidal roof over) attached to the south end of the west elevation, single-bay transepts to the east, and west, and single-st...
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St. Paul's Church of Ireland Church, Newtown-Forbes, County Longford
13303021
Thumbnail Picture: St. Paul Freestanding Church of Ireland church on cruciform-plan, built or rebuilt c. 1829, having single-bay transepts to the north and south, single-bay chancel to the east and a two-stage tower on square-plan attached to the west. Possibly incorporating t...
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Newtown-Forbes, County Longford
13303030
Thumbnail Picture: Newtown-Forbes, County Longford Attached former convent church on cruciform-plan, built c. 1897, with three-bay nave to the east, single-bay transepts to the north and south, polygonal chancel to the west, single-storey sacristy attached to the north side of the chancel and a bell-...
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St. John's Church of Ireland Church, Ballinalee, County Longford
13304009
Thumbnail Picture: St. John Detached Church of Ireland church on cruciform-plan, built in 1825 and enlarged in 1830, with three-bay nave, two-bay transept to the east, single-bay transept to the west, three-stage tower on a square-plan attached to the south, and with a two-bay ...
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St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Church, Granard, County Longford
13305002
Thumbnail Picture: St. Patrick Detached Church of Ireland church, built or rebuilt c. 1760, having two-bay nave elevations, four-stage tower to the west, and lean-to single-bay extension (c. 1930) to the east end of the north elevation, remodeled in 1861 and 1930. Possibly incorp...
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St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Church Street, Granard, County Longford
13305005
Thumbnail Picture: St. Mary Detached Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic church on cruciform-plan, built c. 1862 and altered c. 1887 and c. 1904 - 7 , having four-bay elevations to nave with side aisles, two-bay transepts to the northeast and southwest, chancel to the southeast...
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Cluan-a-Donald Roman Catholic Church, Cloondara, County Longford
13307008
Thumbnail Picture: Cluan-a-Donald Roman Catholic Church, Cloondara, County Longford Detached single-cell Roman Catholic church, dated 1835, having three-bay nave elevation, altar to east, and single-storey three-bay sacristy attached to the east end. Pitched slate roof with rendered bellcote having cross finial over and with cast-i...
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