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Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of tower, nave arcade and south transept from the south - west.Three bay nave arcade carried on cylindrical piers, the most westerly pier is buttressed. South transept has three bays of round arches on square piers. The south gable elevation has a large pointed window with switch - line tracery. Tower is lit with…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View from west through crossing to east end presbytery showing triple lancet windows and paired lancets overhead. North elevation of nave shows first arcade bay and clerestory windows located over the piers, as is common in Irish Cistercian houses.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. North elevation of nave showing six - bay pointed arch arcade with round - headed clerestory windows over the piers. Piers, varied in design (round, square and octagonal) have scallop capitals and rest on a perpyn wall (damaged).

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the north elevation of the nave showing three of the four nave bays with compound quatrefoil piers, chamfered arch mouldings and a quatrefoil window in the spandrel to the east of the last bay.The second bay has a doorway and there are two chapels in the north aisle linked by arches.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of nave, south transept, crossing tower and south aisle from south - west showing five - bay nave arcade with quatrefoil windows over a stringcourse and arch to south transept showing rectangular window and angle buttress.

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.

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