River Bandon :: Shared Description

The River Bandon (Irish: Abhainn na Bandan, from ban-dea, meaning "goddess") is a river in County Cork. It rises at Nowen Hill (one of the Shehy Mountains), to the north of Drimoleague. The river then flows to Dunmanway, before turning eastward towards the twin villages of Ballineen and Enniskean. It then makes its way through the centre of Bandon town, and on to Innishannon and Kilmacsimon, before draining into Kinsale Harbour on Ireland's south coast. 72km long.
by N Chadwick
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W6450 : River Bandon by N Chadwick
W6450 : River Bandon and Kinsale Harbour by N Chadwick
W6450 : Riverside, Kinsale by N Chadwick
W6450 : View to Spaniard's Point by N Chadwick
W6550 : River Bandon by N Chadwick
W6450 : River Bandon by N Chadwick
W6450 : Looking across River Bandon by N Chadwick
W6549 : Bandon Estuary by N Chadwick
W6549 : Bandon Estuary by N Chadwick
W6550 : River Bandon by N Chadwick
W6450 : River Bandon, Kinsale by N Chadwick
W6450 : Riverfront, Kinsale by N Chadwick


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Created: Tue, 5 Feb 2019, Updated: Tue, 5 Feb 2019

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