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  Descriptions of the Historic Sites Indicated on the Map
1.
RC Church of the Immaculate Conception 1867
2.
Courthouse and former Bridewell, 1825
3.
Dalua Foot Bridge, 1825
4.
Site of Shradeen / Barry’s Mill, c 1809-1960
5.
Mill House, Birthplace of Hannah Sheehy Skeffington (1877-1946)
6.
Site of Auxiliary Workhouse / Burke’s Mill
7.
Egmont Arms Hotel 1825
8.
RIC/Garda Barracks; formerly MacCartie’s Coaching Establishment 1846
9.
St. Peter’s Church 1860
10.
Greenane (Allow) Stone Bridge 1845
11.
Geenane House and Mill Sites
12.
Elbow Lane
13.
Birthplace of Edel Quinn
14.
Early 19th. Century Mill
15.
Constabulary Barracks (-1866) and RC curates’ residence
16.
House of John C. Deady, Poet, publican, auctioneer
17.
Birthplace of and tAthair Donnchadh O Flionn (1902-1968)
18.
Market House 1838
19.
Kanturk Castle
20.
Trade Union Hall 1881
21.
Alley Bar – ball alley listed in Griffith 1852
22.
Site of Kanturk House (Purcell’s)
23.
Tolls House 1850
24.
Site of Market House 1657-1847
25.
Site of RC Church (-1867)
26.
St. Mary’s Lodge
27.
Site of Kanturk Railway Station 1889-1963
27a.
Level Crossing