Ballydehob, you see to your left a spectacular 12-arch stone viaduct. This is a relic of the West Carbery Tramway and Light Railway. It is part of a narrow-gauge railway line that ran from Skibbereen to Schull, a distance of about fifteen miles (24kms). The line was opened in September 1886, but it never really made a profit and it was finally closed in December 1945.
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Photo taken in 1-11 Store Road, Co. Cork, Ireland
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