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Locke's Bonded Warehouse, Warehouse No.2 Main Street, Kilbeggan, County Westmeath
View from south.
Reg. No.15321010
Date1920 - 1940
Previous NameN/A
CountyCounty Westmeath
Coordinates233225, 235582
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL TECHNICAL
Original Usestore/warehouse
In Use Asstore/warehouse
Detached concrete warehouse, built c.1930, having jelly mould or bunker-style appearance with roof and walls as single entity. Projecting flat-roofed concrete entrance porch to west elevation with square-headed door opening with double steel doors. Set back from road to the east of the main Locke's Distillery complex.


An unusual mid twentieth-century industrial structure, which may well be of a unique design. This building was constructed by the Dublin-based engineering firm of Delap and Waller. It curious design was apparently modeled on the arch construction of the Palace of Ctesiphon ( Iraq), which was studied in great detail by Waller during contract work in Syria in the early twentieth-century. This structure is an interesting part of the Locke's Distillery complex and is a curious addition to the architectural heritage of Westmeath.
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