Detached six-bay-bay two-storey former railway station incorporating probable former station master’s house, built 1864, having projecting two-storey gable-fronted entrance bay offset to the south o...

Freestanding single-bay single-storey former railway water tower associated with Buncrana Railway Station (see 40815015), built c. 1864. Formerly surmounted by water tank, now removed. Now disused. fl...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1915, having central advanced dormer-style three-bay breakfront to the south-east elevation having projecting single-bay single-storey box bay windows to ...

Detached five-bay two-storey house on complex irregular-plan, built c. 1880, having two gable-fronted bays to the north-west end of the main elevation (south-west) having single-bay single-storey cant...

End-of-terrace two-bay three-storey over basement house, built 1890, having projecting two-storey canted bay window to the front elevation (south-east) with box bay window over at second floor level s...

Terraced two-bay three-storey over basement house, built 1890, having projecting two-storey canted bay window to the front elevation (south-east) with box bay window over at second floor level support...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having advanced gable-fronted bays to either end of the front elevation (south-east) having single-bay single-storey canted bay windows, central sin...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having advanced gable-fronted bays to either end of the front elevation (south-east), having single-bay two-storey flat-roofed canted bay windows, c...

End-of-terrace former coastguard station, built 1870, comprising four terraced single-bay two-storey with attic level former coastguard houses to the north-east end, two-bay two-storey house to the so...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1910, comprising fluted shaft on moulded base surmounted by fluted domed capping, twist lever to east face, cast-iron bucket\pail stand to base, and ha...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having single-bay single-storey gable-fronted extension (converted garage?) to the north-east and with lean-to single-storey glazed conservatory att...

Quay and retaining wall, built c. 1850. Located on the eastern shore of the Crana River close to the point where it discharges into Lough Swilly\Buncrana Bay. Constructed of rubble stone masonry (larg...

Three-tiered former terraced garden on rectangular-plan associated with Buncrana Castle (see 40815001), erected c. 1720, sloping from west to east towards the western bank of the Crana River. Comprise...

Gateway serving Buncrana Castle (see 40815001), erected c. 1800, comprising a pair of mildly rock-faced squared and coursed rubble stone gate piers (on square-plan) having rock-faced stone capstones o...

Gateway serving Buncrana Castle (see 40815001), erected c. 1800, comprising a central vehicular entrance with pedestrian entrance adjacent to the south. Located at start of former main entrance to cas...

Former union workhouse graveyard on rectangular-plan, in use c. 1842-1922, containing unmarked graves of victims of the Great Famine. Now out of use. Restored 2006. Surrounded by modern rubble stone b...

Former coastal battery, built c. 1813, comprising a two-storey blockhouse or ‘bombproof barrack’ on five-sided plan with mildly battered walls flanked by single-storey rubble stone curtain walls t...

Detached five-bay two-storey over basement former county house, built c. 1820, extended c. 1841 and extended and extensively remodelled c. 1870, having three two-storey canted bay windows to the front...

Freestanding Church of Ireland church, built 1813-14 and extended in 1887, comprising a three-bay nave with projecting single-bay chancel to the east (added 1887) having attached single-bay single-sto...

Detached multiple-bay two-storey former coastguard station, built c. 1875, comprising six single-bay two-storey former coastguard houses with three-bay two-storey former coastguard house (chief boatma...