Cast-iron wall-mounted post box, erected c. 1930, having 'Post Office' in raised lettering above letter flap and hinged outward opening casement letter door with keyhole. Foundry mark no longer legibl...

Terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1908, having flat-roofed canted bay window to the south side of the main elevation (east) and single-storey extension to rear (west). One of a group of six ...

End-of-terrace two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1908, having flat-roofed canted bay window to the south side of the main elevation (east) and single-storey extension to rear (west). One of a group o...

Terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1895. One of a terrace of five buildings (see 40502022 and 40502025 for other buildings) stepped\staggered along a sloping site. Pitched natural slate roof ...

Graveyard associated with Letterkenny Church of Ireland church\Conwal Church of Ireland church (see 40501199), originally laid out c. 1636 and containing a collection of gravemarkers from seventeenth ...

Terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1908, having flat-roofed canted bay window to the south side of the main elevation (east) and single-storey extension to rear (west). One of a group of six ...

Main gateway serving Loreto convert (see 40501188), erected c. 1861 or 1900, comprising a pair of carved ashlar sandstone gate piers (on square-plan) having gable-fronted carved sandstone coping over ...

Attached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1875, possibly incorporating fabric of earlier building on site. Pitched natural slate roof having projecting rendered eaves course, cast-iron rainwater g...

Detached corner-sited seven-bay two-storey over basement courthouse, built c. 1828-31 and altered c. 2000, having central projecting single-bay two-storey Tuscan style pedimented projection to the sou...

Detached five-bay two-storey house and former shop with attic level, built c. 1900, having two gabled slate-hung dormer windows at attic level, projecting single-bay single-storey flat-roofed former s...

Detached three-bay double height former Methodist church\meeting house, built c. 1814. Later in use as a grain store. Altered c. 1991 and now in use as offices. Pitched roof with galvanized cladding a...

End-of-terrace two-bay two-storey over basement house with dormer attic level, built c. 1866, having single gable-fronted dormer to the front pitch of roof (south-east) and single-bay two-storey retur...

Detached five-bay single-storey former railway station, dated 1908, having central gable-fronted single-bay projection to the front of the main elevation (west). Now in use as bus station (since 1987)...

Terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1886. One of a terrace of six buildings along with its neighbours to either side (north-west and south-east). Pitched natural slate roof with some cast-iron...

Freestanding double-height Presbyterian Church over basement level, built 1905-7 and rebuilt c. 1920, having tripartite three-bay front elevation (west) with central single-bay gable-fronted section f...

Detached five-bay two-storey bank building, built in 1867, having multiple modern single- and two-storey extensions attached to east, c. 1985. Originally built as a branch of the Belfast Banking Compa...

Detached five-bay two-storey union workhouse "Front Block", built 1842-4; dated 1843; opened 1845, on a H-shaped plan with single-bay two-storey gabled advanced end bays. Renovated, 1990-1, to accomm...

Freestanding crane with cast-iron or steel winch, cast-iron or steel cog wheels and cast- and wrought-iron lifting arm\jib, erected c. 1883 or c. 1908, set in a concrete base. Now disused. Located to ...

Nuns' graveyard on irregular-plan associated with Loreto Convent (see 40501188) to the north-east, in use since c. 1864. Contains mainly late twentieth-century gravemarkers in form of wrought-iron Cel...

Burial ground, opened 1869. Relandscaped, 1975. Set in grounds shared with Letterkenny Union Workhouse....