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Frank Cawley
Clare Island Easter 2004
By Frank Cawley
16, Apr 2004 - 09:10

Clare Island Easter Saturday 2004 looking north east.

B&W picture looking south from the harbour in Clare Island. Work was set to begin on a new island pier this week.

A small blue boat pictured outside Glengarrif harbour Co Cork. Legend has that a man landed a shark twice the size of this boat. He had to cut it in half with a swiss army knife just to bring it home.

Kinsale Marina, this is what Clare island will look like when the new pier is ready

D336 getting ready for a fishing trip from Kinsale

Same boat D336 sitting on its own pier in Kinsale Harbour

Clare Island as viewed from Westport

A stone ship in Bantry, with a man praying on top that it won't sink

The famous 12 arch bridge in Ballydehob Co Cork. Its similar to the one in Newport, it used to carry the old west cork railway line.

Finally this cross doesn't look like much, but its actualy the oldest Chrstian cross in Ireland. It was built by a gentleman called St Declan, in the seaside resort of Ardmore co Waterford.

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