1845 – Old Courthouse, Howth, Co. Dublin

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Detached four-bay single-storey former place of worship, c.1845, with projecting entrance porch to west gable. In use as courthouse to 1970, now in use as offices. Notice inside states that the building was originally a place of worship for fishermen. Later used as rent collection office by Lord Howth’s agents. By 1870 served as local courthouse.

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