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Clonmines

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Lady's Island

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Fethard Castle

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Tacumshin Windmill

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Slade Castle

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Taghmon Castle

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Brown's Castle

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Hook Lighthouse

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Baginbun

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Ballinkeele House

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Ballyhack Castle

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Brown-Clayton

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Enniscorthy Castle

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Dunbrody Abbey

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Duncannon Fort

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Woodland House

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Vinegar Hill

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Tintern Abbey

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Templetown Castle

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Stokestown House

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St. Mary's Abbey

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St. Aidan's Cathedral

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New Ross

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Mount Garrett Castle

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Kennedy Homestead

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Johnstown Castle

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Horetown House

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Foulksmills mill

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Ferns Castle

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Ferrycarrig Castle

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Blackhill lighthouse

Duncannon Fort

Duncannon Fort is a star shaped fortress on an important promontory in Waterford Harbour. It was built in 1558 in the expectation of an attack on the area by the Spanish Armada, it resisted long sieges in the 1600s. King William and King James II took ship here after Battle of the Boyne 1690. The Fort is surrounded by a 30 ft high dry moat and has one of the oldest lighthouses of its kind in Ireland. All the mjor buildings in the Fort surround a parade ground. A walk around the outer ramparts afford spectacular views across the estuary to Co. Waterford and down to Hook Head. Located at a lower level than the moat is the croppy boy cell. After the 1798 rebellion, prisoners were detained here pending transfer to Geneva Barracks for trial and sentencing.

An added attraction from 2002 is the Maritime Museum which charts the maritime history of one of the most dangerous coastlines in Ireland, the Wexford coast

Duncannon Wreck, lies on Duncannon Bar on the western edge of the main shipping channel into Waterford harbour.  the wooden hull lies almost intact below the seabed with the breech ends of he cannons exposed.  The site extends for 35 m and is orientated  n-n-w/s-s-e.  it lies on the side slope of the main navigation channel at a depth of 8m at high water.  Through natural and man-generated water movement the wreck is exposed and covered intermittently by silt and sand throughout the year.