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Kilkeel

Kilkeel

Connemara National Park, Ireland

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Bonfires - a Halloween tradition in Ireland.

Irish Halloween Superstitions Foretelling Romance, Love And Marriage

Beechland Estate, Magherafelt, 01st July 1985

Beechland Estate, Magherafelt, 01st July 1985

The Hexagons - Giant's Causeway, 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Located in Northern Ireland, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. ◉ re-pinned by http://www.waterfront-properties.com/pbgballenisles.php

32 Magical Photos of Ireland

Giant's Causeway is an area of about interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Located in Northern Ireland, the tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea.

Individual peats cut from the peat-bog. The dried peat blocks are used as fuel on open fires.

Individual peats cut from the peat-bog. The dried peat blocks are used as fuel on open fires.

Dun Aengus on Aran Island    Dun Aengus. Aengus was son of Umhor (Iuvor), the SE England Belgic king, related to Gann (Commius), who led his sons and followers in alliance with the descendants of Gann in the Celtic invasion of the West of Ireland. They erercted their invasion beachhead forts up along the Clare, Galway and Mayo coast, Aran and Achill Islands.

Dun Aengus, Inishmore, Ireland prehistoric forts in the Aran Islands, at the edge of an 100 meter high cliff.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Antrim. Ireland. Apparently there is a toll of £5.60 - I expect to be paid to get onto that bridge its 98 ft above the water!

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Ballintoy, Northern Ireland lovely photo of scary scary local site, the bridge is over a VERY vertiginous gap between coast and the island!

Fry’s Chocolate Cream ad - 1955  It was my FAVOURITE!  But not in 1955.  Wasn't born til 1969. =D

Fry’s Chocolate Cream ad - 1955 - reminds me of my dad, every friday when he came home from work he had one of these, mum had a caramac, me and my sister had a turkish delight or a flake.

Tobermore Road, Magherafelt, 18th June 1984

Tobermore Road, Magherafelt, 18th June 1984

Magherafelt District Coucil Office and Library, Magherafelt, 12th August 1986

Magherafelt District Coucil Office and Library, Magherafelt, August 1986

Hanna's Close Kilkeel

Hanna's Close Kilkeel

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