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Monaghan, County Monaghan
41302011
Thumbnail Picture: Monaghan, County Monaghan Single-arch limestone canal bridge, built c.1839, carrying byroad over Ulster Canal and towpath between seventeenth and eighteenth locks. Parapet walls constructed of roughly squared random rubble with heavy flat capping stones having rounded arrises...
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Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303013
Thumbnail Picture: Monaghan, County Monaghan Single-arch road-over-canal bridge, built c.1835. Rubble stone walls and parapet, with cut-stone voussoirs to arch, and cut-stone parapet copings and stone string courses to base of carriageway level. Tarmacadam surface to carriageway, leading from C...
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Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303055
Thumbnail Picture: Monaghan, County Monaghan Single-arch limestone canal bridge and adjacent stone culvert, built c.1840, carrying access lane from Asylum Farm over Ulster Canal and towpath and sluiceway short distance south of seventeenth lock to small roadway and associated farmland to south-...
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Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303056
Thumbnail Picture: Monaghan, County Monaghan Detached three-bay single-storey building, constructed c.1840, having canted porch to west, canal-front, elevation. Pitched slate roof with black clay ridge tiles, smooth rendered decagonal brick chimneystack and remains of half-round cast-iron rain...
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Saint Louis Convent, Market Road, Dawson Street, Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303160
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Louis Convent, Market Road, Dawson Street, Monaghan, County Monaghan Detached eight-bay two-storey limestone-built former canal store, built c.1838. Now in use as school sports hall (McCarthy Hall), with gable-fronted entrance porch to middle of north elevation. Single-storey lean-to addition of c.1990 to same elevati...
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Ulster Canal, Glen Road, Dawson Street/Old Cross Square, Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303164
Thumbnail Picture: Ulster Canal, Glen Road, Dawson Street/Old Cross Square, Monaghan, County Monaghan Abandoned section of Ulster Canal, built c.1839, consisting of approximately 360m of overgrown, stagnant channel from partially visible stone culvert under replacement bridge supporting Dawson Street at west end, to replacement timber sluice just bef...
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Ulster Canal Tunnel, Old Cross Square, Monaghan, County Monaghan
41303165
Thumbnail Picture: Ulster Canal Tunnel, Old Cross Square, Monaghan, County Monaghan Former Ulster Canal tunnel, built c.1830, running east-west under Old Cross Square. Now disused and largely obscured by vegetation. Segmental arch to west end, with squared, tooled stone voussoirs, squared stonework to vault, and squared rubble to pa...
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Ulster Canal Stores, Cavan Road (off), Clones, County Monaghan
41304069
Thumbnail Picture: Ulster Canal Stores, Cavan Road (off), Clones, County Monaghan Detached four-bay two-storey limestone canal store and warehouse, built c.1839, with three-bay two-storey stone dwelling to north backing onto yard with single-storey lean-to corrugated steel-roofed, mass concrete stable blocks, built c.1930, of at l...
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Ulster Canal, Cavan Road, Clones, County Monaghan
41304070
Thumbnail Picture: Ulster Canal, Cavan Road, Clones, County Monaghan Disused section of Ulster Canal, built c.1840. Consists of approximately three hundred metres of overgrown canal channel from concrete culvert at south-west end which provides access to field from Cavan Road at townland boundary between Crossmoyle an...
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Teehill Bridge, Cavan Road, Clones, County Monaghan
41304075
Thumbnail Picture: Teehill Bridge, Cavan Road, Clones, County Monaghan Single-arch limestone canal bridge built c.1839, carrying access from N54 Cavan Road south-west over disused Ulster Canal to Teehill Cottage. Located midway between Clones Aquaduct and Canal Stores. Parapet walls of bridge constructed of squared rubb...
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