Castles of Leinster: Burnchurch, Kilkenny This is a 15c or 16c castle built by the Burnchurch branch of the Fitzgerald family, and occupied until 1817. It once had a walled courtyard or bawn, of which…
Castles of Munster: Kilbolane, Cork The west corner tower of Kilbolane seen here with its curtain wall adjoining the hidden south corner tower, is all that remains of the original 13c castle.
|Title||Tarbert House Dating from 1690, this Georgian house in the Queen Anne style was built by John Leslie. It remains the Leslie family home to this day, and is occasionally open to the public during the summer months. Past visitors to the house have included Daniel O'Connell, Charlotte Bronte, Benjamin Franklin, Lord Kitchener, Winston Churchill, and Dean Swift.|
|Photo's author||Mike Searle User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||9 Jun 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 409|
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Tarbert House Dating from 1690, this Georgian house in the Queen Anne style was built by John Leslie. It remains the Leslie family home to this day, and is occasionally open to the public during the s…
John and Leah crossing the Shannon
Tarbert, County Kerry
Tarbert Power station from the ferry
Tarbert Island, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Tarbert Power Station. Oil Power station
Tarbert Lighthouse. Tarbert Lighthouse, Shannon Estuary operated by The Commissioners of Irish Lights.
The Shannon, Tarbert View across the estuary towards the lighthouse and power station at Tarbert Co. Kerry. Another of the ferries is heading south, this being a popular way of avoiding congested Lime…
Tarbert Power Station. ESB Oil-fired Power Station at Tarbert, Co. Kerry.