At Gweedore, Co. Donegal

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Where: Donegal, Ireland

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We have a few photographs which we had readied for the Tríd an Lionsa program. We felt that we would not get the opportunity to post them in the normal course, therefore we have decided to post a number of them over the holiday period.

We hope you enjoy them and as always we welcome your comments and observations.

Photographer: Robert French

Collection: The Lawrence Photograph Collection

Date: Circa 1880-1900

NLI Ref: L_ROY_01362

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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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    humdrum ladybug

    • 26/Dec/2015 11:50:32

    Look at the dirt & rocks piled up in the windows to keep out the weather ... my-my-my! And we think we have it bad ... Never seen pictures like these before ... WOW! 12-26-15

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    O Mac

    • 26/Dec/2015 17:33:50

    The distance hills would suggest it was taken somewhere around here.,-8.1943586,3a,75y,247.64h,...

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    National Library of Ireland on The Commons

    • 28/Dec/2015 07:53:34 Thanks for your comments. Owen will you have a look at the mapping of all photos posted since Christmas and let me know if any changes are needed.

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    Melinda Young Stuart

    • 28/Dec/2015 11:59:10 I bet you are exactly right. I wonder what the current owners of these cottages would think if they saw the old pictures. . . . . Thanks to the NLI for sharing. Despite the married name I carry, I am not Scottish!