No, not the one in Cork: the one in North Tipperary.
Youghal Quay ~1900
Youghal Quay and Bay ~1900
Formerly used for landing turf from the west side of Lough Derg, Youghal Quay is now a swimming area.
Ladder and diving board. Note the barrier at the landward end
The business end of the barrier
The other side supports a seat
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