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Roosky, County Roscommon
31812001
Thumbnail Picture: Roosky, County Roscommon Freestanding circular-plan stepped cut stone beacon, erected c.1880, with domed cap, painted orange. Set to side of the River Shannon on west bank indicating shallow water.
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Roosky Bridge, Roosky, County Roscommon
31812003
Thumbnail Picture: Roosky Bridge, Roosky, County Roscommon Five-arch masonry road bridge, built in 1845 by the Commissioners for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Shannon. Random coursed cut limestone walls with upstream and downstream U-cutwaters and ashlar voussoirs to segmental arch-rings. ...
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Ballyforan Bridge, Ballyforan, County Roscommon
31821003
Thumbnail Picture: Ballyforan Bridge, Ballyforan, County Roscommon Thirteen-arch road bridge, built c.1820, with random coursed stone walls. Cut limestone voussoirs to segmental arch-rings and V-cutwaters up and down stream. Cast-iron tie-bars. Ballyforan Bridge crosses the River Suck, the boarder between Countie...
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Shannonbridge, Shannonbridge, County Roscommon
31956004
Thumbnail Picture: Shannonbridge, Shannonbridge, County Roscommon Sixteen-arch road bridge, completed in 1757, spanning the River Shannon. Concrete fixed span added to east end in 1983. Random coursed limestone walls with ashlar voussoirs to round-headed arch-rings. Stone corbels to rendered soffits. Cut stone ...
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Shannonbridge Tete-de-Pont, Shannonbridge, County Roscommon
31956005
Thumbnail Picture: Shannonbridge Tete-de-Pont, Shannonbridge, County Roscommon Tete-de-pont with glacis, redoubts and caponniere, constructed in 1810, with barracks added in 1814. Completed in 1817. Random coursed stone ramparts with cut stone quoins, built to a triangular plan with corner bastions. Segmental-headed gun loop...
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