Waterways Ireland has parked a canteen trailer and some pontoons at Errina Bridge.
The compound, with Official Notices signed Rabbit
The canteen trailer
Another view of the canteen trailer
Evidence of tree cutting above Errina Lock, but that may not have anything to do with Waterways Ireland
The guardians of the lock
Posted in Ashore, Built heritage, Charles Wye Williams, Drainage, Economic activities, Engineering and construction, Forgotten navigations, Industrial heritage, Ireland, Irish inland waterways vessels, Natural heritage, Operations, Restoration and rebuilding, Shannon, The cattle trade, The turf trade, waterways, Waterways management
Tagged boats, bridge, canal, Clare, Errina, floods, Ireland, Killaloe, Limerick, lock, lost, Lough Derg, O'Briensbridge, Operations, Plassey-Errina Canal, pony, Shannon, Tipperary, water level, waterways, Waterways Ireland, workboat
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