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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave from south - east of cloister.Shows remaining portion of south elevation (collapsed 1852) with double trefoil headed lancet window and first nave bay arch. Also remaining portion of west window and north elevation showing four of five nave bays and clerestory windows.

(handwritten on back of image): 27/Donegal, Co. Donegal: Franciscan Friary: East arcade of cloister (showing also arch from S. to E. walk, etc.) 30 ft. away, July 17, 1937 (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): 28/Donegal, Co. Donegal: Franciscan Friary: East arcade of cloister, c. 18 ft. from first pointed arch, July 17, 1937 (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image); 31./Dromahair, Co. Leitrim: Creevelea Abbey (Franciscan Friary): North (and part of E.) arcade of cloister from c. 30 ft., July 1937 (multiple images on file)

Capital from reconstructed cloister, moulding from top down comprises: abacus, roll, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet.

Base from reconstructed cloister, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, drooping keel, bell running into plinth.

Base of reconstructed cloister, from top down moulding comprises: roll, bell, roll, roll, bell, plinth with quirks. The middle element here looks rather like the double rolls of an English Perpendicular base.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Reconstructed section of the south side of the cloister viewed from the south west showing arcade of twin colonettes composed of twin, round en délit shafts and scalloped capitals surmounted by round arches.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North - east corner of cloister showing door into south aisle. The door has scallop capitals and through it can be seen south - west crossing pier of nave with capital comprising of beaded strapwork and foliate infill. The north - west corbel of the late medieval crossing tower can be seen in the distance.

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