Waterways of the south-east

This page exists solely to organise the pages about waterways of the south-east.

The Suir

The top of the Suir: above Clonmel

The upper Suir (Carrick to Clonmel or vice versa)

See the Clonmel Workmen’s Boatclub site here, with photos of the Suir from source to sea.

The middle Suir (Carrick to Waterford)

The Barrow

Draining the Barrow

The Barrow trackway [this page has disappeared]

The Carlow crossing

The tidal Barrow

The Nore

F E Prothero’s descent of the Nore in 1897

The Slaney

The Slaney

Other waterways of the south-east

Johnstown, Co Kilkenny

The Brickey, near Dungarvan in Co Waterford, which may have been a navigation

More waterways will be added as opportunity offers.

One response to “Waterways of the south-east

  1. Would there be any chance of listing this old waterway in Waterford City which was used by coal, sand and gravel barges up to the 1950’s.The waterway has suffered badly over the years however it is staging somewhat of a comeback with a flood relief scheme underway clearing most of the river and our volunteer group working to restore the old canal stretch on the Tramore road.The major issue with the river is 2 low level bridges and some pipes were built across it in the 1980’s cutting much of it off to boating activity.We got a commitment from City Council that the pipes issue would be dealt with as part of the flood scheme.Would you have any further advice?Could you lend some weight for our arguments and also lobby City Council? Many thanks here is the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/StJohns-River-Kilbarry-Bog/224955274241059?ref=hl

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