Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1995 - 2000
Freestanding memorial monument/sculpture, erected in 1997, comprising an irregular roughly-hewn granite slab, having a bronze plaque and three bronze hands to the front face (southwest), with a freestanding bronze mill wheel resting against the front face (southwest). Located on The Square to the east end of Dominick Street.
A memorial monument/sculpture commemorating the effects of The Great Famine (1845-c.1852) in Mullingar. This feature is well-cast in bronze with the mill wheel representing the town of Mullingar. It is a simple and poignant reminder of a traumatic event in Irish history and it adds interest to the streetscape of Mullingar. This piece was created by Gerard Leslie and represents a rare example of public art in Westmeath.