Up the Inny

I have added some photos to my page on the Inny. They were taken in relatively poor light on 17 November 2018 and cover some places between the Red Bridge and Ballinalack. My attempt to find the canal in Baronstown was unsuccessful and I didn’t have time to go as far as Lough Derravaragh, alas.

One response to “Up the Inny

  1. Greetings Brian,

    Thank you for this post. I’ve often wondered why the Inny wasn’t utilised by the Royal Canal Co, and prompted by your short post and thus connected to your full Inny article, I now know the reason was politics. Quelle surprise.

    I’m really interested in getting a gang together for a day out kayaking the Inny, and we’ll definitely have to take cameras when we do as there may be some evidence of navigation still to be seen somewhere.

    Great to see you yesterday, and hoping you had a good journey home.

    Best wishes

    Giles

    Irish waterways history wrote: > bjg posted: “I have added some photos to my page on the Inny. They > were taken in relatively poor light on 17 November 2018 and cover some > places between the Red Bridge and Ballinalack. My attempt to find the > canal in Baronstown was unsuccessful and I didn’t have time ” >

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