Grianghraif

  1. C030.24.00002

    1956

    Airtravel: British Royal Navy helicopter after landing in 'The Quay Yard', beside Granny Rock, The Quay, Ballycastle.

  2. B012.01.00015

    1924

    Horses: Horses on Strand, Inis Meáin.

  3. D047.15.00001

    1985

    John Gartland Public House near Kilcurry. This is the public house associated with the poet Peadar Ó Doirnín, buried in Urney. In this pub he is said to have composed his poem ‘The Garron Bann.’ (Data from Tom Hearty, Forkhill). View facing east, towards Dundalk.

  4. C009.33.00001

    Bicycle and Motorcar: A penny farthing cycle.

  5. C008.01.00002

    Horseback riding: Riding a donkey, Carraroe. Two girls in foreground, boy riding donkey.

  6. C006.18.00002

    1949

    Carts: Slide cart and donkey with panniers, Coumeenole.

  7. C019.24.00001

    1955

    Post/Mail : Joe McCurdy on horse, Alec McQuilhan, postman, on motorbike, Rathlin Island.

  8. C001.21.00023

    1946

    Roads and paths: Old toll house near Croagh.

  9. C001.21.00024

    1946

    Roads and paths: Old toll house near Croagh.

  10. C010.34.00002

    1938

    Sled, sleigh: Ox-sled, near Berchtesgaden.

  11. C011.30.00001

    Trains: Locomotive, Ballyshannon.

  12. C006.32.00001

    1951

    Carts: Slide Cart, Glenlark.

  13. C017.01.00001

    Hand-barrow, carrying-chair etc.: Turf wheelbarrow, Eadar Gabhail.

  14. C006.18.00009

    1947

    Transport: Horses and panniers.

  15. C006.18.00003

    1947

    Carts: Transport, Horses and carts.

  16. C017.10.00001

    Hand-barrow, carrying-chair etc: Making a wheelbarrow, Poulaphuca.

  17. C017.10.00003

    Hand-barrow, carrying-chair etc: Turf barrow, Ballinahown.

  18. C006.01.00001

    Carts: Pony cart.

  19. C017.32.00001

    Hand-barrow, carrying-chair etc.: Turf barrow.

  20. C006.01.00010

    Carts: Wooden hames.

  21. Tuilleadh grianghraf
Dáta
1985
Suíomh
Cill an Churraigh, Co. Lú
Grianghrafadóir
John McDonald
Daoine bainteacha
Peadar Ó Doirnín
Eolas cartlainne
John Gartland Public House near Kilcurry. This is the public house associated with the poet Peadar Ó Doirnín, buried in Urney. In this pub he is said to have composed his poem ‘The Garron Bann.’ (Data from Tom Hearty, Forkhill). View facing east, towards Dundalk.
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