Bridge and track in the townload of Beanhill South, near Clonakilty

Photographed on a beautiful, sunny morning in March. Here is the OSI map for the area.

Beanhill South church in the foreground. I would love to know more about this building – when it was put up, who owns it now, and why there are model aeroplanes hanging from the roof in the nave

Former road overbridge, now completely filled in

Track bed looking south, just past the overbridge. Straight ahead are the remains of the Grillagh (Shannonvale) Viaduct, with the former horse-drawn siding to Shannonvale Mill off to the right

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