Rochfortbridge Notable Buildings

Notable local buildings


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Glebe House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320001
Thumbnail Picture: Glebe House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey former Church of Ireland rectory, built c.1800. Now out of use and ruinous. Original roof now collapsed having a central pair of red brick chimneystacks and a projecting eaves course. Roughcast rendered walls, now partia...
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Bridge House Bar and Restaurant, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320003
Thumbnail Picture: Bridge House Bar and Restaurant, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Attached three-bay two-storey former house, built c.1860, having a later single-storey extension to the rear (southeast) having a barrel-vaulted corrugated metal over. Now forms part of a commercial premises with the building to the northeast. Pitche...
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Sycamore House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320004
Thumbnail Picture: Sycamore House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c.1830. Formerly in use as a telephone exchange. Hipped natural slate roof with clay ridge tiles, cast-iron rainwater goods and central two red brick chimneystacks. Roughcast rendered walls over projecting s...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320005
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Attached four-bay two-storey house, built c.1820, having a shallow single-bay flat-roofed entrance porch to the front elevation and a two-storey outbuilding attached to the southwest gable end. Pitched natural slate roof with cast-iron rainwater good...
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Rochfortbridge Post Office, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320006
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge Post Office, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Corner-sited three-bay two-storey end of terrace house, built c.1820. Now in use as a post office and shop with living accommodation over. Modern shopfront to the northeast end of the main façade (southeast) and extensions to the rear (northwest). Pi...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320007
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached five-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c.1820, having a three-bay extension/outshoot to the west end of the main façade (north). Steeply pitched corrugated metal roof with raised verges and a rendered chimneystack to either gable end...
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Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320008
Thumbnail Picture: Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Freestanding single-bay single-storey gable-fronted former oratory/shrine associated with the Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge (15320011), erected c.1910. Currently out of use. Steeply pitched decorative natural slate roof with raised clay ridge cres...
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Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320010
Thumbnail Picture: Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Attached four-bay two-storey building to rear of Convent of Mercy (15320011), built c.1896, having advanced gable-fronted bays to either end of the main elevation (north) and having single-storey ranges to the rear (south) adjoining main body of conv...
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Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320011
Thumbnail Picture: Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Attached seven-bay two-storey convent building, built c.1896, having an advanced gable-fronted section to the east end of the main elevation (south), a single-bay two-storey entrance bay to the centre of the main façade, a five-bay single-storey chap...
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Meedin Parish Church, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320012
Thumbnail Picture: Meedin Parish Church, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Freestanding Roman Catholic church on cruciform-plan, built c.1850, having a two-bay nave to the south, a shallow chancel to the rear (north) and single-bay transepts with cat-slide roofs over to the east and the west, added c.1980. Tower on square-p...
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Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320013
Thumbnail Picture: Convent of Mercy, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey former house, built c.1830 and altered c.1900, having an advanced gable-fronted bay to the centre of the main façade (south). Now in use as a school hall associated with the Convent of Mercy (15320011) with a large moder...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320014
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached two-storey four-bay house, built c.1820, having a projecting single-bay flat-roofed entrance porch to the front elevation (south). Pitched slate roof with three red brick chimneystacks and a number of remaining sections of cast-iron rainwate...
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Castlelost Parish Church, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320015
Thumbnail Picture: Castlelost Parish Church, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Freestanding Church of Ireland church, built c.1815, comprising two-bay hall with attached three-stage tower on square-plan to the west having a raised parapet with English-style crenellations. Now in use as a private house. Pitched natural slate roo...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320016
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Freestanding cast-iron vent pipe, erected c.1900, comprising a fluted pedestal with moulded necking, and cylindrical shaft over having splayed saw tooth-profiled parapet. Located to the northeast end of Rochfortbridge.
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320017
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached six-bay single-storey house, built c.1820, having a projecting single-bay flat-roofed entrance porch to the main façade (northeast). Extended to the east end. Pitched slate roof with a mix of natural and artificial slate having three rendere...
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Rochfortbridge Post Office, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320023
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge Post Office, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Wall-mounted cast-iron post box, c.1890, with 'VR' royal cipher and raised crown motif. Set into northwest gable wall of Rochfortbridge Post Office (15320006) at a corner site to the centre of Rochfortbridge.
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Gaybrook Cross Roads, County Westmeath
15402632
Thumbnail Picture: Gaybrook Cross Roads, County Westmeath Freestanding cast-iron water pump, erected c.1885, comprising banded cylindrical shaft with fluted head having fluted spout, 'cow tail' curvilinear handle, and fluted ogee-dome cap with finial. Located adjacent to rural cross road junction within a r...
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County Westmeath
15402633
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Former entrance gates serving Gaybrook House (now demolished), erected c.1790, comprising four ashlar limestone gate piers, on square-plan, with stepped pyramidal capstones over. Piers to either side (northeast and southwest) linked by sections of co...
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County Westmeath
15402634
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Detached five-bay single-storey former estate worker's house(s) with attic storey associated with Gaybrook House (demolished), built c.1800, with a single-bay entrance porch to the centre of the main façade (south) and a two-storey elevation to the r...
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County Westmeath
15402635
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Triple-arch road bridge spanning ornamental river/lake associated with Gaybrook House (demolished), built c.1800. Built of dressed limestone having dressed limestone voussoirs to round-headed arches and ashlar limestone coping over dressed limestone ...
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County Westmeath
15402636
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Detached three-bay single-storey former gate lodge associated with Gaybrook House (demolished), built c.1790, with canted bay projection to the centre of the main elevation (north). Now out of use and a roofless ruin. Hipped natural slate roof, now p...
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County Westmeath
15402637
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Complex of two-storey outbuildings and a stable block arranged around a central courtyard to the rear of Gaybrook House (demolished), built c.1790, with remains of walled garden to the northeast. Hipped natural slate roofs with projecting cut stone e...
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County Westmeath
15402638
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath A pair of three-bay single-storey former estate worker's houses associated with Gaybrook House (now demolished), built c.1810, each with a central single-bay entrance porch to the centre of the main façade (west). Now renovated and in use as private ...
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County Westmeath
15402639
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath A pair of three-bay single-storey former estate worker's houses associated with Gaybrook House (now demolished), built c.1810, each originally with a central single-bay entrance porch to the centre of the main façade (west). Now derelict and out of u...
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County Westmeath
15402667
Thumbnail Picture: County Westmeath Main entrance gates serving Gaybrook House (now demolished), erected c.1790, comprising a central pair of decorative cast-iron piers supporting cast-iron gates, flanked to the north and south by curved sections of ashlar limestone plinth walling with...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320002
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached gable-fronted single-bay single-storey former forge/smithy, built c.1830. Now out of use. Pitched natural slate roof with clay ridge tiles. Squared rubble stone walls having a square-headed carriage arch to the main elevation (east) with tim...
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Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320018
Thumbnail Picture: Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached single-bay single-storey house, built c.1800, having a projecting single-bay entrance porch to the centre of the main elevation (east). Steeply pitched corrugated metal roof with cast-iron rainwater goods and no chimneystacks. Roughcast rend...
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Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320019
Thumbnail Picture: Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Detached four-bay two-storey house on L-shaped plan, built c.1815, having a projecting single-bay single-storey porch with modern conservatory over to the main elevation (south). Possibly containing the fabric of an earlier house. Hipped natural slat...
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Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320020
Thumbnail Picture: Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Complex of single and two-storey outbuildings associated with Sidebrook House (15320019), built c.1815 and c.1850. The buildings are arranged around a courtyard to the east side of the house, built c.1850, with three additional outbuildings, built c....
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Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320021
Thumbnail Picture: Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Main entrance gates serving Sidebrook House (15320019), erected c.1835, comprising a pair of roughcast rendered gate piers (on square-plan with cut stone capping over) supporting a pair of cast-iron gates. Entrance flanked to either side (northwest a...
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Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath
15320022
Thumbnail Picture: Sidebrook House, Rochfortbridge, County Westmeath Field gate, erected c.1820, comprising a pair of rubble limestone gate piers (on circular-plan) supporting a pair of wrought-iron flat bar gates. Located adjacent to the northwest of the main entrance gates to Sidebrook House (15320021). Single-arche...
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Rochford Bridge, Alberta Canada


6 - SHORT STORIES (FACT OR FICTION) - Rochfortbridge, Co. WestmeathRochfort Bridge Rochfort Bridge is the longest wooden trestle bridge in Western Canada, spanning some 736 m (2,414 feet). 6 - SHORT STORIES (FACT OR FICTION) - Rochfortbridge, Co. Westmeath
Rochfort Bridge Trading PostBoth a restaurant and gift shop, the Trading Post has a licensed dining room where you can enjoy homestyle cooking. The gift shop features unique gifts and crafts something for everyone. Step outside and feed the miniature donkeys or play a round of golf on the par 3, nine hole course. 6 - SHORT STORIES (FACT OR FICTION) - Rochfortbridge, Co. Westmeath




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