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- Station Hill
Road leading to Cross where lane to old Church branches off. So Called from Coast Guard station - now non existant - which was here in former times.Molly's Cross
Name of Cross Road where Moor Road and New Road meet. Origin of name unobtainable.Cat's Corner
This name is given to a sharp bend on the Vernegyle road - the bend is almost a right-angled one.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
(pronounced by some kinowl)
The Moor of Bannow is more or less enclosed by four roads - the High Road, The Moor Road, The Moor Road (one at East and one at West) and another road which has no particular name. This road runs through a small area of the moor which is called Kinoulty. Natives speak of one house there as Murphy's of Kinoulty and the close by cottage as Browns of Kinoulty.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- During the Summer months - from mid April to September the roads of Bannow are always trysting ground of travelling folk - especially the Green Road. These come in companies with tents, some with caravans, and dokeys - the Cashs, Connors, OBriens, in particular about 15th August - known as 15th of Cullenstown when Cullenstown is headquarters of pattern.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.