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Architectural Information
  • Building type: Church
  • Date of construction: 1821
  • Architect: George.L. O'Connor
  • Listing: B2
  • HB/SMR Ref: HB12/02/036
  • 2nd Survey by EHS: Yes
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St. Mary's RC Church, 21 Bridge Street, Newtownbutler, BT92 8EN

County Fermanagh

St. Mary's RC Church, 21 Bridge Street, Newtownbutler, BT92 8EN

Gothic church with central attached square tower, decorated with pointed arch and quatrefoil windows, corner pinnacles with stone cross-shaped finials, and copper spire. Side entrance into tower with 2 pointed arch doors either side of spire. At rear, 1 large pointed arch window with tracery including quatrefoil, smaller version to right and buttresses. Mostly rendered but with limestone and sandstone dressing

Building Stone Information

Stone Type Category: Limestone
Primary Stone Type: Fermanagh Carboniferous Limestone
Secondary Stone Type: Fermanagh Carboniferous Sandstone
Other Stone Type: Newry Granodiorite
Replacement Stone Type:
Stonework Construction: Rock-faced and ashlar dressing
Stonework Condition: Primary stone is in good condition with no significant evidence of deterioration. Sandstone shows some evidence of surface loss primarily through granular disintegration and occasional flaking
Condition Assessment (QUB): 1


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