TITANIC MEMORIAL GARDEN - JULY 2016 VISIT

Until last week I was unaware of this memorial garden and only visited because a fellow passenger on the train from Cork to Cobh advised me to visit the park but he did warn me that it was a long walk from the station.

TITANIC MEMORIAL GARDEN - JULY 2016 VISIT

Until last week I was unaware of this memorial garden and only visited because a fellow passenger on the train from Cork to Cobh advised me to visit the park but he did warn me that it was a long walk from the station.

TITANIC MEMORIAL GARDEN - JULY 2016 VISIT

Until last week I was unaware of this memorial garden and only visited because a fellow passenger on the train from Cork to Cobh advised me to visit the park but he did warn me that it was a long walk from the station.

TITANIC MEMORIAL GARDEN - JULY 2016 VISIT

Until last week I was unaware of this memorial garden and only visited because a fellow passenger on the train from Cork to Cobh advised me to visit the park but he did warn me that it was a long walk from the station.

RICHARD CROSBIE [THE FIRST IRISHMAN TO MAKE A MANNED FLIGHT] 002

RICHARD CROSBIE [THE FIRST IRISHMAN TO MAKE A MANNED FLIGHT] 002

RICHARD CROSBIE [THE FIRST IRISHMAN TO MAKE A MANNED FLIGHT] 007

RICHARD CROSBIE [THE FIRST IRISHMAN TO MAKE A MANNED FLIGHT] 007

LADY GRATTAN FOUNTAIN 002

LADY GRATTAN FOUNTAIN 002

LADY GRATTAN FOUNTAIN 001

LADY GRATTAN FOUNTAIN 001

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132388 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132388 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132387 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132387 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132389 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132389 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132390 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]

THE WATERFORD 1916 MEMORIAL [ON THE MALL]-132390 The Waterford City memorial is in front of the Bishop’s Palace on the Mall and comprises a cantilevered stainless steel structure presenting the proclamation to the interested visitor.

Stone of Destiny on the Hill at Tara, Dublin Ireland

Lia Fáil (translation the Stone of Destiny) at the Hill of Tara, in county Meath, Ireland. Legend is that more than 100 ancient kings touched this stone as part of their coronation.

CUNARD PASSENGER LINER RMS LUSITANIA

Cobh, Cork, Ireland - Jerome Connor's Lusitania Peace Memorial Honours The Memory Of Those Who Helped In The Rescue, Gave Aid & Hope To The Survivors And Buried The Dead

A tragically notable ship to be associated with the town, the Cunard passenger liner RMS Lusitania, was sunk by a German U-boat off the Old Head of Kinsale while en route from the US to Liverpool on 7 May 1915. 1,198 passengers died, while 700 were rescued. The survivors and the dead alike were brought to Cobh, and the bodies of over 100 who perished in the disaster lie buried in the Old Church Cemetery just north of the town. The Lusitania Peace Memorial is located in Casement Square…

A tragically notable ship to be associated with the town, the Cunard passenger liner RMS Lusitania, was sunk by a German U-boat off the Old Head of Kinsale

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