River Fergus :: Shared Description

The River Fergus (Irish: An Forghas) is a 61Km long river within the Shannon River Basin which flows in County Clare. It rises in Loughnagowan which lies west of Corofin and flows into the Shannon Estuary. It is noted for its trout and salmon fishing.
by N Chadwick
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R3377 : Bank Place Bridge by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick
R3377 : River Fergus by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 13 Mar 2020, Updated: Fri, 13 Mar 2020

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