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Dundalk, County Louth
13707059
East elevation from south-east
Reg. No.13707059
Date1860 - 1880
Previous NameDundalk Railway Station
TownlandTOWNPARKS (Upper Dundalk By.)
CountyCounty Louth
Coordinates304160, 306594
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL SOCIAL
RatingRegional
Original Usebuilding misc
In Use Asoffice
 
Description
Attached seven-bay single-storey former goods shed, built c. 1870, now in use as offices. Rectangular-plan, advanced gable-fronted bays and two-bay cat-slide extension to east, attached to building to south. Pitched slate roofs, artificial slate to cat-slide roof, clay ridge tiles, rooflights, painted timber bargeboards to gabled bays, cast-iron and uPVC gutters on painted timber fascia. Squared roughly coursed stone walling, some tooled stone quoins to north, red brick quoins to advanced bays. Square-headed window openings, some blocked-up, block-and-start red brick jambs, brick lintels, granite sills, painted timber fixed frame windows; paired round-headed windows to advanced bays, block-and-start red brick jambs, brick archivolts, granite sills, painted timber two-over-two sliding sash windows; blocked roundel to north, red brick surround. Square-headed door openings, some blocked, block-and-start red brick jambs, brick lintels, painted timber vertically-sheeted doors. Blocked square-headed carriage opening to south-east, block-and-start red brick jambs, brick lintel; square-headed carriage opening to east, corrugated-iron sliding door. Situated on east side of railway tracks to south of railway station.

Appraisal

This former goods shed, part of Dundalk Railway Station which opened in 1874, is a fine example of railway architecture and one of a number of structures which complete the station. Though altered to suit its present function, it has retained its original form, remains as a reminder of a time when the railway network was a vital mechanism for transporting people and goods.
 
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