Estate photos

Lough Rynn Castle taken from the front of the house. The original house comprised only the centre double-fronted building. The large extension to the left was added after the death of Lord Leitrim.

Lough Rynn Castle taken from the back of the house. The large windows look out over lawns that stretch down to the tree-lined shores of the lake.
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The rent window where tenants lined up to pay their rent and receive their wages.
The tower at the entrance to the yard where the bell tolled to signal the start and end of each day.
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The view from the lake back up through the walled garden towards the house.


The extensive greenhouse which provided fruits and planting for the estate.


At the corner of the walled garden, the folly provides magnificent views over the lake.

A water pump near the forge.


The saw mill.

The remains of the old Reynolds castle and the window below.



All photographs taken by Fiona Slevin.



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