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Mill Race, Mill Road, Boyle, County Roscommon
31804037
Thumbnail Picture: Mill Race, Mill Road, Boyle, County Roscommon Mill race on the River Boyle, built c.1840, comprising rubble stone wall, partially rendered. Served former Boyle (corn) Mills. Cast-iron foot bridge with concrete surface across race.
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Millmount House, Boyle, County Roscommon
31804038
Thumbnail Picture: Millmount House, Boyle, County Roscommon Detached three-bay two-storey with attic miller's house, built c.1880 with projecting bays to north, east and south and single-storey return to west with projecting entrance porch. Now derelict. Pitched slate roof with terracotta ridge cresting, dec...
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Boyle Mill, Boyle, County Roscommon
31804039
Thumbnail Picture: Boyle Mill, Boyle, County Roscommon Detached mill complex on the River Boyle, built c.1810, comprising multiple-bay four-storey with attic mill building with gable central bay with a five-bay four-storey building and a four-bay five-storey building forming a return to give a T-plan co...
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Croghan, County Roscommon
31806005
Thumbnail Picture: Croghan, County Roscommon Single-arch random coursed stone bridge, built c.1800. Bridge carries traffic over mill race with random coursed revetting side walls leading to possible sluice gate. Cut stone voussoirs to arch.
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Croghan, County Roscommon
31806007
Thumbnail Picture: Croghan, County Roscommon Single-arched stone bridge, built c.1800, with cut stone voussoirs. Semi-circular plan random coursed limestone wall with three square-headed sluice gate openings. Bridge carries traffic over mill race. Similar to road bridge to the south-west a...
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Croghan House former Outbuildngs, Croghan, County Roscommon
31806008
Thumbnail Picture: Croghan House former Outbuildngs, Croghan, County Roscommon Complex of outbuildings, built c.1800, now derelict, set in yard with limestone boundary wall set to random courses. Two-storey outbuilding with roughcast render to walls, stables to rear with limestone walls set to random courses. Tooled stone vou...
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Elphin Windmill, Windmill Road, Elphin, County Roscommon
31810010
Thumbnail Picture: Elphin Windmill, Windmill Road, Elphin, County Roscommon Detached circular-plan three-stage windmill, built c.1730, and restored in 1996. Thatched rye rotating roof with four timber sails. Timber tail pole connected to roof and resting on cart wheel to ground, used to direct the sail. Fixed pane glass t...
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Castlerea, County Roscommon
31814004
Thumbnail Picture: Castlerea, County Roscommon Former corn mill complex on the River Suck, built c.1725, now derelict. Comprising east-west running range, mill race and ancillary outbuildings to rear of site. Multi-period east-west running range comprises four abutting buildings. Seven-bay two...
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Lecarrow Mill, Lecarrow, County Roscommon
31820001
Thumbnail Picture: Lecarrow Mill, Lecarrow, County Roscommon Detached three-bay four-storey former mill with attic, built c.1800, now derelict. Recessed bay to west with return and lean-to extension to rear. Remains of mill wheel, mill race and sluice gates to east. Pitched slate roof with limestone coping....
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Athleague Water Mill, Athleague, County Roscommon
31822008
Thumbnail Picture: Athleague Water Mill, Athleague, County Roscommon Detached three-bay four-storey former water mill with attic, built c.1800, no longer in use. Double-pile extension to rear and further extensions to south-west c.1900. Pitched tiled and corrugated roofs. Random coursed limestone walls. Square-hea...
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