Detached three-bay two-storey former gate lodge associated with Carrick Lodge (see 40842001), built c. 1867, having projecting single-bay gable-fronted entrance porch to the main elevation (west), and...

Mid-terrace two-bay two-storey former lighthouse keeper’s residence, built c. 1910, having projecting single-storey flat-roofed porch to front elevation (south) with flat-roofed water tank (on squar...

Detached four-bay single storey thatched house, built c. 1820, having windbreak porch to the front elevation (south) and be outshot to the rear (north). Now out of use and derelict. Pitched roped re...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1930, now uninhabited. Pitched natural slate roof with clay ridge tiles, concrete gable coping to south-west gable end, cement rendered chimneystacks to ...

Detached four-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1860, having windbreak porch to the front elevation (south). Pitched/domed thatched roof (recently re-thatched with reed) having ropes over ...

Single-arch road bridge over the Owenwee River, built c. 1800. Uncoursed rubble stone construction to spandrels; rubble stone construction to parapets having rubble stone coping over. Recent concret...

Terraced (mid-terrace) four-bay two-storey with half-dormer attic house, built c. 1910. Two gabled half-dormers to attic. One of a terrace of four buildings along with its neighbours to either side ...

Detached three-bay two-storey triple-pile former railway station, built 1889, in use as a visitor’s attraction and Bus Eireann Depot. Projecting front porch and two-bay waiting room wing to west and...

Detached Church of Ireland church, built in 1828, comprising a two-bay hall to the north-east with a two-stage tower (on square-plan) to the south-west. Out of use and derelict. Roof now removed, or...

Attached terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having modern gable-fronted dormer opening at attic level. One of a group of three along with the buildings to either side (see 40843038 and...

Attached terraced two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having modern gable-fronted dormer opening at attic level. One of a group of three along with the buildings adjoining to the east side (4084...

Terraced two-bay three-storey house, built c. 1910, having two gablets over second floor window openings at roof level and flat-roofed single-storey canted window to the south-west end of the main ele...

Terraced two-bay three-storey house, built c. 1910, having two gablets over second floor window openings at roof level and flat-roofed single-storey canted window to the south-west end of the main ele...

Terraced two-bay three-storey house, built c. 1910, having two gablets over second floor window openings at roof level and flat-roofed single-storey canted window to the south-west end of the main ele...

Detached four-bay single-storey vernacular house, dated 1898, with single-bay single-storey extension to rear (north). Pitched thatch with sallyrod (in quincunx patterns) ridge restraint, stone pegs ...

Group of three cut stone gravemarkers, erected from 1814 - 1906, set in enclosure (on rectangular-plan) having low ashlar limestone plinth wall with layered tooled ashlar limestone coping over, and su...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1910, comprising fluted shaft on moulded base surmounted by fluted domed capping with acorn finial over, and having lion's head motif to spout. Foundr...

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

Detached two-bay single-storey house, built c. 1820, with bed outshoot to rear (north). Restored in 1992. Shallow pitched/rounded roped straw thatched roof with timber eaves restraint, metal pegs to...

End-of-terrace three-bay single-storey former local authority house, built c. 1910, having gable-fronted timber canopy porch to entrance and single-storey return to rear (south). One of a group of si...