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My Photo Album

Here is a selection of photographs of local landmarks, buildings, scenes, places of interest etc around the Mid-Ulster area. I hope you like them.
(Click on some of the photographs for more details)

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On the 2nd September 2004 Prince Charles visited Ditty’s Home Bakery in Main Street Castledawson. I was one of only a few official photographers (and only local photographer) to cover the event. Click below to view my photographs. x

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Royal Visit Photographs

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Ridge of the Elm Trees

The Ridge of the Elm Trees
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Knockloughrim
Windmill

Palmer's Folly 2

Knockloughrim
Windmill

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Castledawson Pump

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Castledawson Pump

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Upperlands
Sculpture

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The new bridge at Toome.

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The new bridge at Toome.

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The new bridge at Toome.

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The Old Thatch Inn
Castledawson

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Crane at Toomebridge
Eel Fishery

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The Forge
near Castledawson.

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Fishing on the Moyola
River at Castledawson.

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Springhill House
Moneymore

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Sand processing plant
at Toomebridge

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The Manson House
Castledawson

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Moneymore Clock

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Moneymore Post Office

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County Tyrone

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Ardboe Cross

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Ardboe Cross

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Ardboe Cross

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Coyle’s Cottage

   

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This document maintained by George McIntyre.
Material Copyright 2001 George McIntyre, Northern Ireland.

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