The Courthouse, Bushmills, Ireland

mikequigley

Derry, United Kingdom

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Painted facade of the old Courthouse Bushmills (where they also make some nice whiskey). The former Courthouse in Main Street, Bushmills was built in 1834 by the Macnaghten family, of Dundarave estate nearby. It served as the petty sessions court as well as a symbol of authority in the area. The Courthouse had a courtroom and cells as well as accommodation above for police. The doorway of courthouse has seen the passage of endless people, answering summonses, seeking justice or merely to witness the goings on within the court. It served as a petty session court well into the first half of the 20th century, when it then became a private residence.

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