Beara Peninsula Heritage PhotoSite

Castletownbere, Beara, West Cork, Ireland. Email:admin@bearanews.net ©2020
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The Trafalgar395 viewsThe Coffin Ship ‘Trafalgar’ beached to the west of what is now known as Blackrock terrace, Castletownbere. The ribs of the ship are still visible at low tide.
Nov 22, 2010
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The Square, Castletownbere394 viewsPanoramic view of the town square taken from the roof of the church in the early 1930's
Nov 22, 2010
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Slipway Dursey Island646 viewsThe Slipway in Dursey Island long before the cable car was constructed. Note the Lighthouse Dwellings on the Dursey Sound in the Distance
Nov 22, 2010
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Church Gate and East End, Castletownbere. 1950’s395 viewsNov 22, 2010
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Hungry Hill388 viewsOn the road to AdrigoleNov 22, 2010
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Pier and Workhouse409 viewsThe Old Wooden Pier, Castletownbere with the Workhouse in background. This pier was still in use until 1969
Nov 22, 2010
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The Pier395 viewsThe Pier, Castletown Berehaven in the early 1900's
Nov 22, 2010
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The Old Pier379 viewsThe Old Wooden Pier. This photo looking out towards Bere Island with Dinish Island in foreground was taken in the 1930's from the roof of the Church of the Sacred Heart, Castletownbere
Nov 22, 2010
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Fever Hospital779 viewsThe old fever hospital which once stood in the townland of Cametringane, Castletownbere. It was in use from the Famine Years until the 1920's
Nov 22, 2010
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