|Title||Gallows Hill, Omagh. Looking towards Cunningham Terrace.|
|Photo's author||Kenneth Allen User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||27 Mar 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Ulster Herald, Omagh The enclosed yard is connected to John Street
Credit Union, Omagh. Safe in the arms of the Credit Union at John Street.
"Even Santa reads the Herald", Omagh. Part of the festive display in the Ulster Herald newspaper's front window in John Street.
McCaffrey & Co, Omagh. These premises are located at Church Hill.
"The Hollow", Omagh. This is the lower area of the Kevlin road.
"Sam in Omagh Town" This large notice board has been erected on the gable wall of The Terrace, next to the Kevlin Road, in recognition of the Tyrone Gaelic team's successful achievements.
Site of Sally O'Briens Pub, John Street, Omagh. Reinforced columns have started to mark the location of the new pub. A last chance to see the rear of the church.
John Street, Omagh About to get booked by the traffic warden and quite rightly so! I have seen many traffic jams caused by vehicles illegally parking on the double yellow lines along the right hand si…
Walls near the Hollow, Kevlin Road, Omagh I was puzzled to see the tri-angluar arches along the stone wall.
Gallows Hill, Omagh. This patch of grass is all that remains and is behind Trinity Church. It was the site of the public gallows, where public hangings took place in the 18th Century. Local tradition …
Desktop, Omagh. It is located in John Street.
Building work at Sally O'Briens Pub, Omagh. Looking up Church Hill.
County Tyrone, Ulster, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom osm