Newport harbour lies at the very heart of this historic town. Beside the harbour is the 18th century Newport House with its tranquil surroundings steeped in history. The Brown Oak River flows gently into the harbour under the old railway viaduct evoking a distant memory of steam trains arriving at Newport Station. St. Patrick's Catholic Church overlooking the town has a magnificent stained glass east window of The Last Judgement, the last window completed by Harry Clarke in 1930. Discover Newport this summer on your visit to the West Coast of Ireland.