Spanish Arch in Galway
Collection:Cardall
Description:A photograph of the Spanish Arch in Galway. This is a part of the medieval wall of Galway City. It consists of two arches. There is a wooden door across one arch. The silhouettes of two men can be seen walking through the arch. There is a two storey house adjoining the arch on the left hand side. It has a double door for an entrance, and there are pillars on each side of the door. There is an electricity pole on the right of the arch, and there is a street light attached to this pole. There is a tree beyond the arch. The River Corrib is on the right of the picture, and there is a beached rowboat near the river. There are two buildings, an electricity pole, and a wall on the far bank.