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1860 – St. Joseph’s Church, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow

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Architect: John Bourke

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Designed by John Bourke around 1860, this is a fine gothic revival church with a symmetrical composition. The main entrance porch is in the projecting tower. The interior is wide and spacious as the nave is only three bays longs with extended transepts and a shallow choir.

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