Cappoquin is at the bend in the river, where it turns right for Youghal.

Cappoquin (OSI 25″ ~1900)

The old quay, with mooring posts (MP) now replaced by rings and spikes, fell out of use when the railway bridge was built

The old quay stretches round to the boat club and the road bridge

The railway bridge

Very active rowers they have in Cappoquin

The riverbank

I don’t know the significance of this

The stretch of bank to the left of the bridge is where the (post-railway) landing-stage was built

The blue fence is along the landing stage

The two sections of the bridge

Bridge and landing-stage


Next: the River Finisk