River Maigue :: Shared Description

The River Maigue rises in the Milford area of north County Cork. The River Maigue is 38.75 miles long. It drains an area of 1,000 km2
It is joined by the small River Glen and the larger River Loobagh in south County Limerick. It then flows north through Bruree, after which it augmented by the River Morning Star. It flows through Croom and Adare before entering the Shannon Estuary just north of Ferry Bridge, County Limerick, just west of Limerick city. The River Maigue is tidal up to Adare on the N21 Road Bridge.
by N Chadwick
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Created: Thu, 15 Nov 2018, Updated: Thu, 15 Nov 2018

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