Former Ulster Bank, Belfast (detail) The head office of the Ulster Bank, at the corner of Waring Street and Skipper Street, was completed in 1860 to the design of James Hamilton of Glasgow. It is, unf…
A matter of Minor importance (1) On 28 April 2007 the NI Morris Minor Owners Club organised its annual North Down run. Four of the vehicles involved are seen, close to Bangor marina, before the start …
|Title||By Loughbrickland lake near Banbridge A herd of (mainly) friesians grazing, in the sun, by the SE shore of Loughbrickland lake.|
|Photo's author||Albert Bridge User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||27 Apr 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 426|
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|Camera model||NIKON CORPORATION / NIKON D50|
|Exposure time||1/500 s|
|Focal length||200.0 mm|
The Brickland Road near Loughbrickland (1) The Brickland Road is a minor road to the SE of Loughbrickland. It runs roughly parallel to the Belfast Dublin dual carriageway and carries a lot less traf…
By Loughbrickland lake near Banbridge A herd of (mainly) friesians grazing, in the sun, by the SE shore of Loughbrickland lake.
Loughbrickland lake near Banbridge (1) Loughbrickland lake is one of the main features visible from the Belfast-Newry/Dublin road. It includes a crannog and is covered by three squares. This is the se…
The Lough End Road, Loughbrickland See 263573. The Lough End Road skirts part of the eastern shore of the lake. This is the view towards Newry with the lake out of sight behind the trees on the right.
Drumlin, Loughbrickland lake
Loughbrickland lake (4)
The Old Dublin Road near Loughbrickland
At pasture, Loughbrickland Dairy cattle at pasture by the eastern side of Loughbrickland lake.
Fungus near Loughbrickland
Picnic site near Loughbrickland
Hedge near Loughbrickland
Loughbrickland Presbyterian church The present church, on the Ballynanny Road amid the drumlins, was built in 1819 but the congregation can be traced back to the early 17th century, making it one of t…