Landmark sights in County Wexford
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The only survivor of the six original town gates is the 14th-century Westgate. It was originally a tollgate, and the recesses used by the toll collectors are still intact, as is the lockup used to incarcerate 'runagates' – those who tried to avoid paying. Some stretches of the town wall are also in good nick, including a particularly well-preserved section near Cornmarket.