STREETS

Ardglass fell into ruin in the 1700s and it was rebuilt in the Georgian era. Houses of all shapes and sizes were built by William Ogilvie for those coming to the resort. Some of the names hark back to its heritage... Bath Street - named after the sea baths and Kildare Street - named after the Earls of Kildare who owned Ardglass for over 400 years.

Bath Street
Bath Street

Named after the baths

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Bath Street
Bath Street

Carter heading to the Railway Station

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View up Bath Street
View up Bath Street

North Dock on the right

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The Crescent
The Crescent

From the North Dock

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The Crescent
The Crescent

With railway line to harbour

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The Crescent
The Crescent

The last house was a ladies finishing school

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The Crescent
The Crescent

With a visiting group

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The Crescent
The Crescent

Georgian houses of all sizes

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Quay Street
Quay Street

At the Greenfield Steps

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Quay Street
Quay Street

With Jordan's Castle

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Quay Street
Quay Street

Mulhalls Shop was Ardglass' first concrete building

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Quay Street
Quay Street

View from Jordan's Castle

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Castle Place
Castle Place

Gate Lodge to Ardglass Castle on the right

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Kildare Street
Kildare Street

From Castle Place

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Kildare Street
Kildare Street

View to Castle Place

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Coney Island
Coney Island

Isabella's Tower on the horizon

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Coney Island
Coney Island

From Coney Island Bay

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Coney Island
Coney Island

Cottages on Killough Bay

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