The Long Walk
Collection:Bord Failte
Description:A photograph of a street in Galway known as The Long Walk. The photograph was taken from the Claddagh which is on the opposite side of the River Corrib. In the foreground, there are small rowboats and at least one sailboat docked at a pier. There are electricity poles, cars, a few trucks, and a van on the streets. The words, "Galway Oil Company" is written on the side of one truck. The houses of the city can be seen. A chimney stack, the steeple of the Collegiate Church of Saint Nicholas with its clock, and a factory with the words "McDonogh's Fertilizers Ltd."
Copyright:written on the side of it, are also visible. The Spanish Arch - the remains of the medieval wall of the town - is also in the picture. There are several seagulls on the river and near the river.