Gate lodge the Barbican in Ireland built in 1824.

Gate lodge the Barbican built in 1824, architect was William Vitruvius Morrison. Dean writes : “Beloved of photographers and Victorian illustrators for its dramatic architecture and romantic setting. Approached across a two-arched bridge spanning the Glenarm River the Barbican is a three-storey castellated gatehouse. An ancient sandstone coat of arms was inserted.

Glenarm Castle is the home of Viscount and Viscountess Dunluce and their family. The present castle has been in the McDonnell family since it was first built in 1636. The McDonnells have been in Glenarm for nearly 600 years and the Estate has been in the family for 400 years.

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Gate lodge the Barbican in Ireland built in 1824.
Gate lodge the Barbican in Ireland built in 1824.

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