A photograph of the County Hall building in Wexford Town. Located on Hill Street and Spawell Road. In the past, the building was used for various administrative purposes. It was home to the Wexford County Council until the new building in Carricklawn was built. It was also used by the Wexford District Court, as well as the Motor Tax Office. More recently, it has been occupied by the Wexford Chamber of Commerce and the Wexford Campus School of Art Design. In the 1800s, the grounds were apart of Wexford Gaol.
This photograph was taken on Saturday, the 30th of August, 2014.
A photograph of the Casa Rio houses on Distillery Road, Wexford. From what I've read; these houses were used by the foundry workers that used to work in Pierce's Foundry, which was situated where Tesco is today. These houses were built between 1945 and 1950. In the background, you can just about make out the spire of Bride Street Church. This was taken in June of 2015.