The Churches of Britain and Ireland

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County Cork on Wikipedia.


Bandon, Methodist Church. From the postcard collection of Graeme Harvey.
Ballycotton, Star of the Sea (R.C.). Interior view. Link. Nearby is a former Church of Ireland church. All Graeme Harvey.

Cloyne, St. Colman (R.C.). Another view. St. Colman's Cathedral (CoI). All Graeme Harvey.
Cobh, St. Colman's Cathedral (R.C.). Seen here in an old postcard (Bulman Collection). Although undated, it must pre-date the completion of the tower. The entire building was completed in 1915. And this postcard, from Reg Dosell's Collection, shows the completed tower. Interior view. Graeme Harvey. Link.
Cork.

Dunmanway, St. Patrick (R.C.). St. Mary (CoI). Both Graeme Harvey.

Enniskeane, Church of the Immaculate Conception (R.C.). Alan Craxford. The link includes an early (architectural design?) drawing of this church, and there are some differences - see e.g. the spire. Link.

Fermoy, Christ Church (Church of Ireland). From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.

Gougane Barra, St. Finbarr's Oratory. Carole Sage (2000).

Kilcredan, the ruins of the former Parish Church. Graeme Harvey.
Killeagh, St. John the Baptist (R.C.). Interior view. Both Graeme Harvey.
Kinsale.

Ladysbridge, St. Mary (R.C.). Interior view. Both Graeme Harvey.

Mallow, the ruins of St. Anne. St. James (CoI). Link. Both John Balaam (2009). St. Mary (R.C.). Interior view. Both John Balaam (2010).
Midleton, Holy Rosary (R.C.). Interior view. St. John the Baptist (CoI). All Graeme Harvey.

Queenstown - see Cobh above.

Shanagarry, Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception. Graeme Harvey. Link (scroll to bottom).

Youghal, Methodist Church. Graeme Harvey.

 

 
 

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20 July 2016

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