Single-arch rock-faced limestone railway bridge, built c.1860, skewed to carry roadway over railway tracks. Elliptical arching comprising diagonally-laid squared snecked limestone over rock-faced wall...

Detached three-bay two-storey RIC barracks, built c.1820, with two-bay side elevations and having gabled porch additions to front and to north gable. Now in use as retail outlet. Hipped M-profile slat...

Triangular-plan painted stone milestone, c.1780, inscribed on two sides and top. Inscriptions read 'Nenagh 11/Limerick 8/Dublin 105'....

Freestanding gable-fronted Catholic church, built c.1890, with four-bay side elevations to nave, sacristy to northeast with recent extension, and polygonal apse. Pitched slate roof, hipped to apse, wi...

Detached multi-phase house, built c.1890. Now also in use as public house. Comprising four-bay two-storey block with gablets to first floor and canted bay window to ground, with slightly-higher single...

Cast-iron water pump, c.1870, with banded cylindrical shaft, fluted domed cap with pointed finial, fluted spout with plain bucket grip and curved cow's tail pumping handle. Inscribed 'John Collins Ltd...