Oh my! These photos are beautiful! From the wonderful blog of inesemjphotography.com.
We skip 13 km of railway between Kilmeadan station and Kilmacthomas – I hope to return there later when I am in a better form.
My car is parked in the Old Workhouse car park. The Workhouse buildings are very interesting and full of history. I probably have to write about this place again some day. Actually, you have already been there, visiting Marlfield Birds of Prey 🙂 You can also hire a bike there, and I think there is a restaurant too.
Leaving the car park, we approach the Kilmacthomas crossing. There was never a bridge before. The footbridge was put in place overnight in July 201 – a mighty and beautiful structure weighing 50 tonnes.
Kilmacthomas Railway Station.
Village of Kilmacthomas under our feet.
One of the most spectacular structures of the Greenway is a curved eight-arch railway viaduct that was built in 1873 and spans the River Mahon at the…
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