The Skibbereen branch: Gortnamucklagh trackbed and milepost, Skibbereen water tank

The trackbed and milepost below are near some farm buildings at the end of a long lane. Also, the river Ilen is close-by. The trackbed is intact for several hundred meters here and there are at least two culverts and two rock cuttings. I am very grateful to the hospitality received when a bunch of us recently paid a visit. Finally, an image of the preserved water tank at Skibbereen.

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