River Corrib :: Shared Description

The River Corrib (Irish: Abhainn na Gaillimhe) in the west of Ireland flows from Lough Corrib through Galway to Galway Bay. The river is among the shortest in Europe, with only a length of 6 kilometres from the lough to the Atlantic.
Although the Corrib is one of Ireland's shortest rivers, it has a mean long-term flow rate of 104.8 m3/s, making it Ireland's second-largest river (by flow), only surpassed by the River Shannon.
by N Chadwick
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23 images use this description:

M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2925 : O'Brien's Bridge by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : Mouth of the River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : Near the mouth of the River Corrib, Galway by Philip Cornwall
M2925 : Weir, River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : Wolfe Tone Bridge by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : Wolfe Tone Bridge by N Chadwick
M2925 : Bridge over River Corrib, Galway by Philip Cornwall
M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : River Corrib by N Chadwick
M2924 : Wolfe Tone Bridge by N Chadwick
M2925 : O'Brien's Bridge by N Chadwick
M2924 : River Corrib in spate, Wolfe Tone Bridge by N Chadwick
M2925 : River Corrib by N Chadwick


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Created: Tue, 31 Mar 2020, Updated: Tue, 31 Mar 2020

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