The piers, quays and harbours of the Shannon Estuary

In the nineteenth century, the Shannon Estuary was considered to be part of the river and the Shannon Commissioners devoted much of their time to it. This section shows some of the piers, quays and harbours of the estuary.

North side

Kilbaha

There is a post here with some information about Carrigaholt (and much else).

Kilrush marina and some interesting operations from the slipway at Cappa Pier

The Killimer to Tarbert ferry 

The Colleen Bawn at Killimer

Who’s there? Knock

Cahircon: not at all boring

The hidden quay of Latoon

South side

Adare and the Maigue

Beagh Castle

The Deel to Askeaton

Foynes

Saleen Pier, Ballylongford

Trips, passages and incidents

The Lord Lieutenant’s trip down the Shannon Estuary in 1856

 

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