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RPS# 785

Architecture Record
Archaeology Record
  • Name
    The Old Barracks

    19th century two-storey five-bay former RIC Barracks

    Main Street

    -6.38287, 53.5677

  • Architectural

    This structure is part of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. You can find extra information on the building on or by clicking the green National Inventory of Architectural heritage reference number below.


    NIAH Details

    Terraced five-bay two-storey roughly dressed rubble stone house, c.1750, now vacant.ROOF: Double pitched slate roof with terracotta ridge tiles and red brick chimney stacks at gable ends; cast-iron rainwater goods. WALLS: Coursed rubble stone walls. OPE...[Read More]

    • Rating
    • Type
    • Dates
      1700 - 1800
    • Address
    • County
    • Townland

    Web Link

  • Unfortunately it appears that this structure is not listed as part of the Record of Protected Monuments.
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