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Photograph by Roger Stalley. A view of the interior surface of the east wall of the original church at Fertagh. The masonry style may be cyclopean but this is obscured by the wall having been rendered with cement to create a playing surface for handball.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south - west crossing pier. Diamond - shaped in plan, the pier has large filleted shafts and bases with elongated bells on the diagonal face. Moulding style is similar to fourteenth - century work in the south transept suggesting they were constructed concurrently. Substantial form of the pier suggests it…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north arcade showing fragments of various piers. One with octagonal chamfered base and vertical double - ogee mouldings resting on a high chamfered plinth of late Gothic type. Another fragment is a filleted shaft with a base set on a high round plinth. The final fragment is a vertical filleted angle - shaft…

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. Exterior view of crypt from the west showing stone access steps to the nave. West elevation shows four small windows, previously each had a cruciform grille. The crypt is composed of a main chamber accessed from the nave by stone steps. It gives onto a roughly square - planned room under the west bay of the north aisle…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. West - end crypt viewed from the south. The rectangular main chamber is accessed via stone steps and is lit by four small windows in the west wall, each had a cruciform grille. A doorway leads from this main chamber to a roughly square - planned room under the west bay of the north aisle. It receives no direct lighting.…

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