Thursday Doors – Enniskillen 7

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It wasn’t just the name on this building that caught my Thursday Doors eye, one of my daughters is called Jenny, it was the colour. Normally, a red door will draw me like a magnet but this coffee house complimented the iron archway so well, how could I resist? Yes, it is in Enniskillen.

You might have noticed from my posts over the last few weeks that the town has a lot of arches adorning anything from a bridge to a side street. So many arches to choose from on this redbrick property. I love the detail over the lower windows.

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But not every window has a curved top.

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This building has the best of both worlds, arched and square windows – pillars, too.

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The doorway isn’t too bad, either, framed by those lovely pillars.

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It might not have an arch but this gated entrance really caught my eye. I wonder was it because of the beautiful original sash overhead or the naked guy in the window. I can’t remember which one I spotted first, lol.

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Well, that wraps up my posts about Enniskillen, for now. I’ll be back at some future date to take a tour of the castle and museum. Thanks so much for spending time with me over the past few weeks, exploring this lovely town. If you’d like to view a collection of interesting Thursday Doors from around the globe, head on over to Norm’s blog and click the ‘blue frog’ link at the end of his ‘door post’ πŸ™‚

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About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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24 Responses to Thursday Doors – Enniskillen 7

  1. Awesome photos, thank you for sharing!

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  2. I like them all, but Jenny’s wins the day!

    janet

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    I am a sucker for all things arches, Jean. Great photos. This town has been a jackpot!

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  4. bikerchick57 says:

    The coffee shop is so inviting, but the naked guy… I’m wondering who put him there and for what reason. Perhaps just to make you look. Great doors, Jean, have a wonderful day!

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  5. Norm 2.0 says:

    Arches and columns will always get my attention. This town seems to have so much to offer visitors in the way of history and architecture. Thanks for taking us along for the ride πŸ™‚

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  6. Jett Rowlands says:

    I love Enniskillen, I could happily live there.

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  7. Junieper/Jesh stG says:

    Beautiful iron fence! And I love the roofline of the red building! Can imagine the play on words are made on Jenny’s:) “Let’s go to Jenny. ” “What do you mean, I’m right here!”
    Am glad you discovered Enniskillen is a great town for doors!

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  8. It’s a beautiful building, Jesh. I love the colour, too

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  9. Nice doors, color and architecture, but I’d really love the story behind the naked guy. πŸ™‚

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  10. JT Twissel says:

    I bet you spotted the naked guy first LOL!

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  11. Jennie says:

    The iron archway is stunning. Jenny’s wins my heart, too.

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  12. inesephoto says:

    Thank you for sharing the Enniskillen posts! I have never been there, but just driving through Fivemiletown from Clones to Omagh. Close enough πŸ™‚ I am planning a Sligo and Glenveagh National Park trip, so may be I will make a detour πŸ™‚

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