Famine folly near Woodlawn village
Collection:Taheny
Photographer:Taheny, Donal
Description:A photograph of a so-called famine folly built near Woodlawn Village. These buildings were funded by the government to provide employment during the Great Famine. The structures did not serve any purpose, hence the phrase 'famine folly'. This folly is an arched gateway There are trees and a stone wall near the gate. There are electric lines overhead, and there is a crow sitting on one of these lines.