Photographs

  1. A019.25.00014

    A019.25.00014

    1964

    Old walls, midden site. Formerly McNamee's, off the Flagstaff Road, Fathom. Semi-circular shallow pit off gable was site of midden or dung-hill ('the donkil').

  2. A019.28.00001

    A019.28.00001

    1960

    Lecale, gable wall of clay blocks.

  3. A019.28.00002

    A019.28.00002

    1960

    Walling of clay blocks.

  4. A019.28.00003

    A019.28.00003

    1960

    Waringstown: detail of wattle (upper part of partition wall) in old house in street.

  5. A019.28.00004

    A019.28.00004

    1960

    Waringstown. Detail of wattle (upper part of partition wall) in old house in street.

  6. A019.28.00005

    A019.28.00005

    1960

    Waringstown. Detail of wattle (upper part of partition wall) in old house in street.

  7. A019.28.00006

    A019.28.00006

    1960

    Waringstown: wattle-work.

  8. A019.28.00007

    A019.28.00007

    1960

    Waringstown, wattle-work.

  9. A019.28.00008

    A019.28.00008

    1960

    Waringstown, wattle-work.

  10. A019.28.00009

    A019.28.00009

    1960

    Waringstown, wattle-work.

  11. A019.28.00010

    A019.28.00010

    1960

    Waringstown, wattle-work.

  12. A019.33.00012

    A019.33.00012

    Walls and material: Remains of building.

  13. A019.33.00013

    A019.33.00013

    Walls and material: Remains of building.

  14. A019.33.00014

    A019.33.00014

    Walls and material: Remains of building.

  15. A019.34.00001

    A019.34.00001

    Clay boundary wall.

  16. A020.05.00088

    A020.05.00088

    2000

    Doors and Windows: One of the front windows and the central chimney of Moffits house, Drumfad. This is a stone built house. The stone was quarried from behind the house. Part of the joint project of Dúchas and the Department of Irish Folklore on Vernacular buildings in the north Sligo/north Leitrim area carried out in 2000.

  17. A020.05.00091

    A020.05.00091

    2000

    Doors and Windows: The door on the upper floor of Moffet’s house, Drumfad. The upper floor window is also visible in the gable wall. The chimney is above this door and the flu has to go around the door. This is a stone built house. The stone was quarried from behind the house. Part of the joint project of Dúchas and the Department of Irish Folklore on Vernacular buildings in the north Sligo/north Leitrim area carried out in 2000.

  18. A020.05.00184

    A020.05.00184

    Window in a clay wall, Banada, Co. Sligo

  19. A020.06.00001

    A020.06.00001

    Doors & Windows: Granite lintels and sills, Glencullen.

  20. A020.06.00002

    A020.06.00002

    Doors & Windows: Granite lintels and sills, Glencullen.

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Archival Reference

The Photographic Collection, A019.28.00001

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