Grianghraif

  1. F008.24.00001

    F008.24.00001

    1956

    Rocks: 'The Grey Man', natural effigy in columnar pillar of rock at Fair Head.

  2. F008.24.00002

    F008.24.00002

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

  3. F008.24.00003

    F008.24.00003

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

  4. F008.24.00004

    F008.24.00004

    1956

    Rocks: Finn McCool's Stone on cliff-heads. Francey Lamont and boy named Darragh in picture.

  5. F008.24.00005

    F008.24.00005

    1956

    Rocks: Finn McCool's Stone on cliff-heads. Francey Lamont and boy named Darragh in picture.

  6. F008.25.00002

    F008.25.00002

    1963

    Rocks: Michael J. Murphy sitting on one of the rocks of the Daaicklemore.

  7. F012.15.00001

    F012.15.00001

    1958

    The Sea: Shells from Omeath. Large shell (left): 'Cockle-a-bringin' (phonetic); This shell-fish now sold as a "Carlingford Lough Oyster". Medium size (centre): "A Lady Cockle". Small size (right): "The Rouney Cockle".

  8. F012.19.00001

    F012.19.00001

    1935

    View out against the sea and Aran Islands.

  9. F012.33.00001

    F012.33.00001

    1939

    The Sea: Sliogáin bheaga.

  10. F020.01.00001

    F020.01.00001

    1955

    Wells: Drawing water, Corr na Móna.

  11. F020.01.00002

    F020.01.00002

    1955

    Wells: Drawing water, Corr na Móna.

  12. F020.13.00002

    F020.13.00002

    1935

    Well in yard.

  13. F020.15.00007

    F020.15.00007

    1965

    Wells: Disused spring well at old residence (on the upper slopes of Annaverna) at house of James Loughran.

  14. F020.21.00001

    F020.21.00001

    1940

    Wells: Roadside well, Knocknasnaa.

  15. F020.24.00001

    F020.24.00001

    Wells: Well in Falrusklin at Black's.

  16. F020.24.00002

    F020.24.00002

    1956

    Wells: The cave beside The Rourke cottage, Albert with bucket and Hugh in silhouette.

  17. F020.25.00003

    F020.25.00003

    1956

    Wells: "The Glann", this slight hollow, to the right down a path flanked by boulders, "The Glann Well" used by residents in the area, Dromintee Parish.

  18. F020.28.00002

    F020.28.00002

    1964

    Wells: Well which was source of drinking water for Clontifleece school (now with supply piped) and for writer's house in Clontifleece.

  19. F020.28.00003

    F020.28.00003

    1957

    Wells: Spring well as source of domestic supply along road at Knox's, Aughaville, Warrenpoint.

  20. F020.33.00001

    F020.33.00001

    Wells: Divining rod.

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