Here's a cropped version with the roof straightened (as best I can even with the help of PS grids!)
Background: all over rural Ireland, pubs are either closing down or are between a rock and a hard place thanks to a devastating recession plus tougher drink driving laws. Customer numbers have dwindled alarmingly. Back in the day, some great characters, many of them bachelors living alone, drove in all manner of vehicles to the pubs in the evening for a pint or two, but more so for the chat, companionship and the 'craic' as we say here. Now they stay at home, more isolated and vulnerable than ever. Without being pretentius about it, I see this pub, 'The Angler's Rest', in my mind's eye as a sort of memorial to that generation.