Reg No: 40909726

Gateway serving Corrin Lodge, erected c. 1880, comprising a pair of rock-faced ashlar gate piers (on square-plan) having dressed margins, and with rock-faced capstones over, and having a pair of hoope...

Remains of single-bay single-cell single-storey World War Two-era coastal watchman’s hut, in use c. 1939 – 45, having canted front elevation (south-west). Now out of use. Flat concrete roof. Ma...

Reg No: 40909810

Triple-arched bridge/causeway formerly carrying road over mouth of small unnamed stream/tidal estuary, built c. 1775. Now in use as a garden feature associated with Bruckless House (see 40909802) wit...

Remains of former Church of Ireland church, on rectangular-plan, built c. 1610, now ruinous and out of use (remained in use until 1807). Possibly containing fabric of earlier church or churches to si...

Reg No: 40909819

Detached three-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1820, having single-bay single-storey thatched extension to the rear (south-west) at the north-west corner and with modern single-storey fla...

Reg No: 40909822

Pair of semi-detached three-bay single-storey former local authority houses, built c. 1910, having gable-fronted timber canopy porches over doorways to outer bays. Now out of use. Hipped natural sla...

Reg No: 40909817

Detached three-bay two-storey house, dated 1872, with projecting flat-roofed single-bay single-storey entrance porch to the centre of the rear elevation (west). Pitched natural slate roof having rend...

Reg No: 40909818

Detached three-bay single-storey vernacular house with attic level, built c. 1860, having single-bay single-storey extensions/sheds attached to either gable end (north-east and south-west). Pitched/d...

Reg No: 40909824

Freestanding single-bay lime kiln on circular-plan, erected c. 1860. Now out of use. Constructed of roughly coursed rubble stone masonry. Square-headed opening to front (west), the former oven aper...

Reg No: 40909814

Freestanding single-bay lime kiln on circular-plan, erected c. 1860. Now out of use. Constructed of coursed and roughly-squared rubble stone masonry. Square-headed opening to front (west), the form...

Remains of detached single-bay single-storey World War Two-era pillbox or observation post on triangular-plan, built c. 1940, now disused. Slightly domed mass-concrete roof and mass concrete walls. ...

Double-arch railway bridge, built c. 1893, carrying the former Donegal Town to Killybegs narrow gauge railway line over the Bunlacky River. Railway lines no out of use with tracks removed (c. 1960); ...

Freestanding four-stage belltower/belfry on circular-plan associated with the Catholic Church of SS Joseph & Conal (40909801), built c. 1860, having conical ashlar roof over with cut stone eaves cours...

Reg No: 40909837

Triple-arch railway bridge, built c. 1893, carrying accommodation road serving Bruckless House (see 40909802) over the former Donegal Town to Killybegs narrow gauge railway line. Railway lines no out...

Two former walled gardens on sub-rectangular plans associated with Bruckless House (see 40909802). Constructed of rubble stone with cement coping over. Integral square-headed doorways having roughly...

Reg No: 40909842

Single-bay single-storey gable-fronted vernacular outbuilding, built c. 1860. Originally associated with vernacular house to the north-west, now demolished. Pitched/domed thatched roof having ropes ...

Complex of two- and three-storey outbuildings associated with Bruckless House (see 40909802), built c. 1760, comprising main six-bay three-storey block to the west with two later two-bay two-storey dw...

Reg No: 40909830

Detached three-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1800 and extended c. 1860, having outbuilding attached to the east gable end. Single-bay flat-roofed addition attached to the east gable en...

Pier/jetty, dated 1847/8, having storm wall to the south-west elevation and modern slipway to the centre of the north-east elevation. Still in use. Constructed of squared and coursed rubble stone ma...

Detached four-bay double-height gable-fronted Methodist chapel/meeting house, built c. 1880 , having gable-fronted bellcote over entrance gable (north-east). Modern extension to the rear (south-west)...