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Ridge of the Elm Trees

Drumlamph, Droim Leamh -"Ridge of the elm trees"
Drumlamph takes its name from a narrow ridge in the south-east of the townland overlooking the river Moyola.
This photograph was taken at the north end of the ridge looking south along the only part of the ridge that is no longer covered with trees. The trees which cover the rest of the ridge can just be seen through the fog  in the background.

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