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St. Mary's Roman Catholic church, Rathowen, County Westmeath
15303008
Thumbnail Picture: St. Mary Freestanding cruciform Roman Catholic church, built in 1846, comprising two-bay nave, two-bay transepts to northwest and southeast and a two-stage tower on square plan to entrance front (southwest) with castellated parapet and corner pinnacles. Pitch...
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St. Nicholas' Roman Catholic chapel, Multyfarnham, County Westmeath
15304005
Thumbnail Picture: St. Nicholas Freestanding T-plan Roman Catholic chapel, built c.1830, comprising two-bay nave, single-bay transepts and a three-stage tower on square plan with corner buttresses, string courses and a slated spire to northeast side (nave). Pitched natural slate ro...
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St. Francis Roman Catholic church, Multyfarnham, County Westmeath
15304013
Thumbnail Picture: St. Francis Roman Catholic church, Multyfarnham, County Westmeath Attached Franciscan abbey, originally built c.1306, extended c.1450 with addition of crossing tower and transept (south), abandoned c.1650. Largely rebuilt from ruins c.1830 and renovated, c.1880, and extended and reordered c.1975, with reconstructio...
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St. John's Church, Drumcree, County Westmeath
15305012
Thumbnail Picture: St. John Freestanding Church of Ireland church, rebuilt c.1811. Now in use as private dwelling. Comprises three-bay hall with three-stage tower on square-plan with battlemented parapet and corner pinnacles adjoining to entrance (north) façade. Single-bay sin...
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St. Bigseach's Roman Catholic church, Ballynacarrigy, County Westmeath
15307022
Thumbnail Picture: St. Bigseach Freestanding Roman Catholic church on 'T-shaped' plan, built c.1830, with various later additions (including sacristy) to rear and to north. Modern single-storey entrance porch and covered walkway to south. Pitched artificial slate roof with projecti...
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Church of the Assumption, Delvin, County Westmeath
15308006
Thumbnail Picture: Church of the Assumption, Delvin, County Westmeath Freestanding Gothic Revival-style Roman Catholic church on cruciform plan, built c.1873. Comprises six-bay nave with side aisles, single-bay chancel terminated by polygonal apse, single-storey sacristy to northwest and two-bay transepts to north and ...
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St. Mary's Church of Ireland church, Main Street, Delvin, County Westmeath
15308008
Thumbnail Picture: St. Mary Freestanding former Church of Ireland church, rebuilt c.1810 incorporating fabric of later medieval church building (c.1550). Comprises two-stage fortified medieval belfry tower on square plan (c.1550), a Board of First fruits-type hall (c.1810) and...
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St. Colman's chapel, Ashe Road, Mullingar, County Westmeath
15310008
Thumbnail Picture: St. Colman Freestanding nine-bay military chapel, built c.1855, having attached three-stage belltower attached to the entrance front (south). Originally in use as a Church of Ireland church but now in use as a Roman Catholic church. Steeply pitched natural slat...
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All Saint's Church of Ireland church, Church Avenue, Mullingar, County Westmeath
15310114
Thumbnail Picture: All Saint Freestanding Church of Ireland church, rebuilt c.1813 and comprising the fabric of earlier church buildings on site. Remodeled c.1860, c.1878 and c.1894. Comprises a two-bay nave to the west, chancel to the east, single-bay transepts to the north and...
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Presbyterian Church, Castle Street, Friars Mill Road, Mullingar, County Westmeath
15310137
Thumbnail Picture: Presbyterian Church, Castle Street, Friars Mill Road, Mullingar, County Westmeath Freestanding Presbyterian Church/Meeting House, built c.1825, comprising a three-bay hall/nave to the north with a diminutive three-stage tower attached to the south gable end having a crenellated parapet over with corner pinnacles. Later gable-front...
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