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Ballylongford - Other buildings

Other buildings at Ballylongford, Co.Kerry.



Ballylongford in 1887 to 1913 map



View of the "Rahilly block" from the river.
Apparently Richard Rahilly did not own the mill (the tall building here to the N of the Rahilly houses). Though he was described among many other occupations as a "miller".
He owned the block S of the mill, including the building on RHS here. He used this building to trade goods on the river.
Local historian Padraig O Concubhair says this trade was the real source of Richard Rahilly's wealth.
Image from Google Street View.



The far side of this building.
This is the back yard of Finucane's pub (the old Rahilly house).
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.
See other shot.



The N end of the building.
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.
See other shot.



The N end of the building.
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.
See other shot.



Interior of the building. The S end.
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.
See the N interior and the NE corner and the NW corner.



Interior of the building. The door onto the river.
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.



Opening the door onto the river.
From Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa? (2010).



Manchán Magan looks out the door.
(Ignore the incorrect subtitles.)
From Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa? (2010).



View from the river, showing the mill.
Photo 2006. See full size.



The old mill. Photo 2006. See full size.
See Google Street View.
And 2009 photo.



The old mill.
Taken from the N, looking S down Quay St back towards the crossroads.
3 storey Rahilly house visible on LHS.
Photo 2006. See full size.
See Google Street View.




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