County Kildare on Wikipedia.
Athy, St. Michael (R.C., 1802-1964). Presbyterian Church (1855). Both from an
old postcards in Martin Thompson's Collection. A modern view of the Presbyterian Church, © Martin
Thompson (2010). St. Dominic (R.C., Dominican, 1965). © Martin Thompson.
Bodenstown, the ruins of the ancient
parish church. The graveyard holds the remains of
Wolfe Tone, the
Irish patriot and revolutionary. © Bruce Read.
James (CoI), as seen by Streetview in 2009. In the churchyard stand two
High Crosses, the North
Cross, and the
South Cross, both
© Christopher Skottowe (1965).
Celbridge, St. Vincent de Paul (R.C.). St. John of God (R.C.)
at a hospice. Christ Church (CoI). All © Bruce Read.
Donadea, St. Peter. © Bruce Read.
Kildangan, Our Lady of Victories (R.C., 1792). Another view. Both
© Martin Thompson.
Kildare, the Cathedral (CoI)
dedicated to St. Brigid. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
A modern view, and three interiors - 1,
2, 3, all © John Balaam (2014).
Kill, St. Brigid (R.C.). St.
John (CoI, originally Catholic). Both © Bruce Read.
Maynooth, the Chapel in St. Patrick's College. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
Moyglare, All Saints (CoI).
Another view. Both © Alistair
Naas, Church of Our Lady and St. David (R.C.).
From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Rathangan, the former Feighcullen Church, currently (2008) up for sale. Link is to the Sales website.
Straffan, St. Brigid (R.C.). St.
Finian (CoI). Both © Bruce Read.