Trackbed, culvert, and scenery in the townland of Inchingerig, near Aghaville

To see this trackbed, rock cutting (see my earlier post for more), and culvert, one must hop across the river Owennashingaun, one of the main tributaries of the Ilen. Here is the Ordnance Survey map for the trackbed, the rock cutting, the culvert, and the river crossing. The townland is Inchingerig, near Aghaville, around two-thirds of the way from Bantry to Drimoleague. The R586 road runs nearby.

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