POLL: What is Offaly's Favourite Building - Get Voting!

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POLL: What is Offaly's Favourite Building - Get Voting!

POLL: What is Offaly's Favourite Building - Get Voting!

Durrow Abbey

33%

Dan and Molly's Pub, Ballyboy

26%

Old Post Office, Tullamore

7%

Charleville Castle

4%

Clonmacnoise Round Tower

4%

Birr Castle

3%

Kinnitty Castle

2%

Tullamore Dew Distillery

2%

Boland's Lock House, Tullamore

2%

Tullamore Harriers

1%

Fergies Bar, Tullamore

1%

Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre

1%

Birr Library

1%

Offaly County Council Buiding, Tullamore

1%

Larkins Pub, Edenderry

1%

Tullamore Court House

1%

Daingean Court House

1%

The Old Fort, Shannonbridge

1%

St Mella's Kell, Lemanaghan

1%

Hennessy's, Ferbane

1%

Eliza Fort, Banagher

1%

The Bridge House, Tullamore

1%

Jesuit Retreat House, Rahan

0%

Kinnitty Pyramid

0%

Saint Mary's Church, Edenderry

0%

Leap Castle

0%

Ballycumber House

0%

Tullamore Gaol

0%

St Catherine's Church, Hop Hill, Tullamore

0%

Saint Brigid's Church, Clara

0%

Tullamore Town Hall

0%

Birr Theatre and Arts Centre

0%

Birr Workhouse

0%

Market House Tavern, Birr

0%

Edenderry Town Hall

0%

Geashill Railway Station

0%

The Mall, Tullamore

0%

Birr Castle Tree House

0%

The Corner House, Edenderry

0%

Birr Post Office

0%

Geashill Castle

0%

Horseshoe Forge , Killeigh

0%

LSU School, Banagher

0%

Belmont Mills

0%

Water Tower, Clonminch, Tullamore

0%

Charlestown Mill, Clara

0%

Canal Bar, Shannon Harbour

0%

O'Connor Park

0%

Old Tullamore Hospital

0%

Holy Family Church, Tubber

0%

The Grand Hotel, Shannon Harbour

0%

Gallen Priory, Ferbane

0%

Erry Mill

0%

St Manchin's Church, Boher

0%

Foresters Hall, Tullamore

0%

You have nominated your favourite buildings in Offaly and now it’s time to get voting!

We issued the callout last week for readers to nominate their favourite buildings in the county and you responded in your droves.

From Birr to Edenderry, and all points in between, you have produced a list of stunning entrants which shows just how many incredible buildings, and buildings with great memories attached, we have in the county.

It’s now over to you from today as we open an online public vote which will run until next Tuesday.

Your top five will make it through to the final shortlist which will be published in next week's Midland and Tullamore Tribunes.

From that short list, a panel of experts will pick the overall winner.