A painted (gold Roman numerals and hour lines on white) vertical timber dial 1000 mm wide by 1200 mm high on the south wall of the courtyard of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham over the entrance to the dining hall. It has an ornate scroll gnomon also painted gold. The RHK, built in 1684, was in use as a retirement home for soldiers until 1927. Following restoration the building was reopened in 1991 as the Irish Museum of Modern Art .
I am hoping to be able to get more detailed / close-up photos of the dial…
GSS Category: Vertical Dial
Photos: Keith Salvesen; BSS Archive; Text M. J. Harley BSS