Bagenalstown

bagenalstown station. photo by james burke.

Some remarkable buildings survive in this riverside town. Barges transported grain and porter from here. Regent Street has a former Flyboat Hotel together with several Georgian houses and there is a lovely old station which is still in use.

Bagenalstown quays, photo by James Burke

The Quays, Bagenalstown

Carrie-Ann passes through the railway viaduct near Bagenalstown, Ireland

Carrie-Ann passes through the railway viaduct near Bagenalstown.

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Canoeists on the River Barrow, Bagenalstown

Rathellin Lock & the barrow track, Bagenalstown, heading towards Leighlinbridge.

Rathellin Lock & the barrow track, Bagenalstown, heading towards Leighlinbridge

See the walking guide for more information

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Heritage Barge 77M on it’s way to be restored. Formerly a cargo boat then dredger on the river Barrow, Gerry Burke is bringing it to Shannon Harbour to be restored. Photo by James Burke

77M website