Postcard of Galway
Description:A postcard which depicts five scenes from Galway. In the middle of the postcard, there is a photograph of the Salmon Weir Bridge. It is a bridge with five arches, and there is a footbridge beside it. There are trees on each side of the bridge. At the top left of the postcard, there is a photograph of the beach at Salthill. There are many people on the beach. At the top right of the postcard, there is a photograph a part of the River Corrib known as the Salmon Fisheries. A photograph of a part of the River Corrib known as the Salmon Fisheries. In the photograph, there is a waterfall. There is a footbridge over this waterfall. Beyond the waterfall, there are concrete pillars which are the remains of the railway viaduct. On the left, there is a walkway and a house, and there are two men fishing from this walkway. On the right of the picture, there is a ladder from the river bed to the dock, and there is a rowboat docked nearby. There are trees on the extreme right of the picture. At the bottom right of the postcard, there is a photograph of Saint Mary's College. There is a fence in front of the college. There is a man standing near the college, and there are trees and shrubs in the picture. At the bottom left of the postcard, there is a photograph of a doorway which was the entrance to the Browne family home. It was on display in Eyre Square at the time. There is a window above the doorway. There are railings on each side of the doorway. There is a boy standing to the right of the doorway, and through the doorway, it is possible to see the statue of Padraic O'Conaire. There is a man and a woman looking at this statue.