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...

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...

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...

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