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Rathowen, County Westmeath
15303011
Thumbnail Picture: Rathowen, County Westmeath Circular blacksmith's stone, c.1800. Located at edge of laneway to east of Main Street, Rathowen.
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Isaac's Well, Clonmellon, County Westmeath
15306017
Thumbnail Picture: Isaac Freestanding single-bay two-storey Gothic Revival-style tower/folly on square plan housing a well, constructed c.1860. Constructed of random rubble limestone with cut stone quoins to corners. Pointed-arch doorway with cut-stone surround to east face...
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Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath
15306022
Thumbnail Picture: Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath Detached Gothick 'sham ruin' folly, built c.1800, comprising two storey tower on octagonal plan with base batter and an attached one and a half storey wall on irregular plan. Wall to south of tower is constructed to look like the remains of a gable ...
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Raleigh Obelisk, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath
15306024
Thumbnail Picture: Raleigh Obelisk, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath Freestanding obelisk, erected c.1810, comprising coursed limestone plinth on square plan with ashlar coping and tapered ashlar column on square plan (c.10 metres in height), terminated by pyramidal ashlar coping. Carved stone plaques to plinth to nor...
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St. Lucy's Well, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath
15306025
Thumbnail Picture: St. Lucy Well housing holy well, built c.1800, consisting of an earthen and rubble stone mound on irregular plan containing a small limestone-faced chamber on square plan with corbelled limestone roof. Cut stone round-headed arch to west face gives entry to...
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Glenmore House, Bellview Road, Mullingar, County Westmeath
15311003
Thumbnail Picture: Glenmore House, Bellview Road, Mullingar, County Westmeath Cut stone plaque on square-plan, carved c.1830, having a cross or shamrock-type motif in bas-relief to front face (north). Built into the boundary wall of Glenmore House (15311001) and to the east side of Mullingar.
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The Pigeon House, Glassan, County Westmeath
15314013
Thumbnail Picture: The Pigeon House, Glassan, County Westmeath Freestanding three-stage pigeon house and 'eye-catcher', built c.1749, comprising a single-storey block on square-plan to the base surmounted by a single-storey section on octagonal plan and terminated by a spire on octagonal plan. Later in use as a ...
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Waterstown House, Glassan, County Westmeath
15314016
Thumbnail Picture: Waterstown House, Glassan, County Westmeath Extensive complex of walled gardens on rectangular plan associated with Waterstown House (15314014), built c.1750, having a pedimented gateway to the centre of the south facing elevation. Now in use as a farmyard. Walled garden is divided into a numb...
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Sunday's Well, Ballymore, County Westmeath
15315022
Thumbnail Picture: Sunday Former mass rock/altar built into the side of a hill, erected c.1689. Constructed using rubble limestone with a cut stone flagstone/slab to the top. Site now heavily overgrown. Slab reads 'ME FIERI FECIT JOANNES DALTON, SACERDOS 29 AUG. ANNO DOMINI 1...
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Moate, County Westmeath
15317073
Thumbnail Picture: Moate, County Westmeath Freestanding cast-iron weighing scales, erected c.1880, comprising three cast-iron legs supporting a cast-iron weighing mechanism with wrought-iron supporting tray. Located to the east end of Moate.
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