Salmon Weir on the River Corrib
Collection:Cardall
Description:A photograph of a part of the River Corrib known as the Salmon Fisheries or Salmon Weir. It is in Galway city. There is a footbridge above the weir. The stone columns, which are the remains of the Railway Viaduct, are visible just behind the weir. There is a man rowing a boat on the right of the picture. Also on the right, there are trees, electricity poles and houses. There is a wall on the right hand side of the river, and there is a footpath on the river's left bank. There is a two-storey house on this bank, and there is a shed and a wall at the back of this house. There is a wooden gate in this wall. There are trees growing near the house. There are trees, fields and houses in the distance.