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Biddys o'Barnes in the Snow. The West Donegal Railway Company opened this line on 25th April 1882, the start of it's construction having been hampered by seven weeks of snowstorm. The line closed in 1959. The Railway ran alongside a ledge built into the hillside for part of its route through the Gap. Much of the trackbed can still be traced today, and is visible to all who visit Biddys. (Extract from Biddys website 2008)
Lough Finn, Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland.
Donegal Tunnel Tigers Memorial, Saint Crona's Church, Dungloe, County Donegal, Ireland.
Donegal Bay, Donegal Town, County Donegal, Ireland.
Blue Stack Mountains, Croaghgorm, The Croaghs, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Eske Donegal Town County Donegal Ireland. Tucked away in one of the most scenic locations in Ireland, you will find the hidden gem that is Harvey’s Point.
Head Gardener's Cottage, Glenveagh National Park, Churchill, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Salt, Lough Greenan, Meenlaragh, Glen, County Donegal, Ireland.
Muckish Mountain, Derryveagh Mountains, County Donegal, Ireland. Muckish or "the pig's back" in Irish is a distinctive flat-topped mountain in the Derryveagh Mountains of County Donegal, Ireland with a height of 2,185 feet.
Glengesh Pass, Ardara, County Donega, Ireland. The Glengesh Pass is a winding section of road which links Glencolmcille and Ardara. Glengesh Pass or Glen of the Swans is 900 feet above sea level and meanders through the Glengesh and Mulmosog Mountains. Well worth the drive in magnificent scenery with the odd sheep or two!
Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal, Ireland. The Park covers 170 square kilometres of hillside above Glenveagh Castle on the shore of Lough Veagh (Loch Ghleann Bheatha), 20 km from Gweedore in County Donegal. The network of mainly informal gardens displays a multitude of exotic and delicate plants from as far afield as Chile, Madeira and Tasmania, all sheltered by windbreaks of pine trees and ornamental rhododendrons.
Lough Alaan, Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland.
Loughanure, County Donegal, Ireland.
Croaghonagh, Donegal, Ireland. Located to the south-west of Ballybofey, and to the north-east end of Barnesmore Gap, this recently restored bridge was originally built by the West Donegal Railway Company as part of the Stranorlar to Druminin (later Lough Eske Halt) section of the Derry (Victoria Road) to Killybegs narrow gauge railway line (3-foot), which opened in April 1882 and closed in January 1960. The line was built as far as Donegal Town in 1889.
Lough Barra, County Donegal, Ireland.
Ballintra, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Finn, Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland.
Saint Mura's Monastery, Fahan, County Donegal, Ireland
Raphoe Castle, Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland.
Glengesh Ardara County Donegal. The Glengesh Pass is a winding section of road which links Glencolmcille and Ardara. Glengesh Pass or Glen of the Swans is 900 feet above sea level and meanders through the Glengesh and Mulmosog Mountains. Well worth the drive in magnificent scenery with the odd sheep or two!
Glen, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Eske, County Donegal, Ireland.
Glenveagh National Park, Churchill, County Donegal, Ireland
Gartan Lake, Churchill, County Donegal, Ireland.