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Cloghjordan Railway Station, Tipperary North
East elevation.
Reg. No.22401602
Date1860 - 1865
Previous NameN/A
CountyTipperary North
Coordinates198295, 187221
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL TECHNICAL
Original Usestore/warehouse
Detached five-bay double-height railway goods shed, built c. 1863, with one-bay single-storey block to east, now disused. Pitched slate roofs with brick chimneystack. Coursed limestone rubble walls with dressed stone quoins and verges. Segmental-headed windows, some one-over-one pane timber sash, with brick surrounds and awning to trackside elevation. Segmental-headed carriage arches to northern entrance elevation, with timber matchboard double doors. Trussed timber roof and timber crane to interior.


This is a most notable example of industrial heritage, forming part of a group of railway buildings with the stationmaster's house, the railway station, and the railway bridge. Now disused, it is a physical reminder of the importance of Cloghjordan as a market town in times past. The segmental-headed openings with their neat brick dressings are evidence of the design and craftsmanship employed in this building. The canopy formed by the overhanging eaves to the north is a striking feature.
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