Salmon Weir on the River Corrib
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 are houses and electricity poles on the right. There are two footpaths on the river's left bank. The footpath that is nearest the river is wider and at a lower level. There is a seat at the side of this walkway. The other footpath is very narrow. There is a wall on its left-hand side. There is a tree on the left of this wall. The footpath is leading towards a two-storey house. There are trees, fields and houses in the distance.