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Glencara House, County Westmeath
15401730
Thumbnail Picture: Glencara House, County Westmeath Walled garden to rear (northwest) of Glencara House (15401728), built and laid out between c.1815 to c.1825, comprising a number of separate enclosures, rectangular in plan, with coursed rubble stone boundary walls having sections of brick lining to ...
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Sluice House, County Westmeath
15401905
Thumbnail Picture: Sluice House, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey former sluice keeper's house built c.1806, over Royal Canal supply line from Lough Owel. Projecting gable-fronted single-bay single-storey entrance porch to southeast corner. Pitched natural slate roof having central ren...
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The Pinnacle, County Westmeath
15402318
Thumbnail Picture: The Pinnacle, County Westmeath Freestanding pillar/monument/folly on circular plan and c. five metres in height, dated 1769. Built in rubble limestone with projecting cut stone band at a high level and a shallow domed rubble limestone cap over. Cut stone date stone incised '1769'....
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The Gothic Arch, County Westmeath
15402612
Thumbnail Picture: The Gothic Arch, County Westmeath Freestanding rusticated Gothic folly/arch located within the grounds of Belvedere House (15402615), built c.1760, comprising a three-bay two-stage tower, on square-plan, having a central oriel opening to first floor above carriage arch and a crenella...
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Gothic Octagon, County Westmeath
15402613
Thumbnail Picture: Gothic Octagon, County Westmeath Freestanding Gothic gazebo on octagonal plan located within the grounds of Belvedere House (15402615), built c.1765. Constructed of coursed dressed limestone with brick lining to the interior. Seven ogee-headed window openings and one ogee-headed doo...
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The Jealous Wall, County Westmeath
15402614
Thumbnail Picture: The Jealous Wall, County Westmeath Detached three-storey 'sham ruin' on complex irregular plan, located to the south of Belvedere House (15402615), built c.1760. Constructed of rubble limestone with a variety of differently-shaped forms and elements, including towers on polygonal and ...
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County Westmeath
15402709
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Lifting or bascule bridge associated with the Royal Canal, built c.1950. Constructed of steel with the deck balanced by counter-weights to the north side. Allows access to farm complex to the west whilst maintaining canal use. Resting on concrete pie...
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Ballycloghduff House, County Westmeath
15403012
Thumbnail Picture: Ballycloghduff House, County Westmeath Carved limestone panel, date unknown, inset into a gate-pier at the entrance to Ballycloghduff house (15403013). Panel has a figure carved in bas-relief holding a key. Located to the northeast of Mount Temple.
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Cooper Mausoleum, County Westmeath
15403304
Thumbnail Picture: Cooper Mausoleum, County Westmeath Freestanding mausoleum, erected c.1819, comprising two concentric earthen banks with a rectangular chamber to the centre constructed of dressed limestone. Cut stone revetment walls to outer face of outer bank and to inner face of inner bank. Entrance...
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Ballynahown Court, County Westmeath
15403507
Thumbnail Picture: Ballynahown Court, County Westmeath Ornamental single-arched bridge carrying main approach avenue serving Ballynahown Court (15403514) over tributary stream of the River Boor, erected c.1860. Constructed of rubble limestone with dressed limestone voussoirs to arch. Cut limestone plinth...
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