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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.

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.

Cloister base, moulding comprises from top down: roll, bell, bell, curved plinth.

Cloiser base, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, roll, bell, roll, chamfer running into plinth.

Cloister base, moulding from top down comprises: roll, bell, hollow chamfer, chamfer running into plinth.

Cloister capital, moulding from abacus comprises: abacus, elongated roll, elongated roll, necking roll. This capital is moulded like an upside down base, the elongated rolls being bells. This occurs elsewhere at Ennis and at Quin.

Cloister capital, moulding from top down comprises: roll, fillet, hollow, fillet roll, fillet, bell, necking roll.

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