Friday, September 8, 2017

River Fergus

The River Fergus is a river within the Shannon River Valley which flows in County Clare, Ireland. It rises in Loughnagowan which lies a few kilometers west of Corofin and flows into the Shannon Estuary. It is noted for its trout and salmon fishing. Trummer is an island in the river. There are six bridges crossing it in Ennis alone.

One of the six pretty bridges crossing the 
River Fergus.

Someone said the restaurant across the river was very nice for lunch. What's not to love about riverside dining!

The Ennis Friary towers above the rooftops beside the river.

A second bridge of six lead us to a very nice restaurant, the Rowan Tree Cafe Bar, on the other side of the river.

A view of some nice reflections from the bridge after lunch.

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