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Full of history from when Irish volunteers were drowned in a car accident to when coal ships docked to supply Kerry with coal.
Now a tourist attraction.
Full details of the drownings in Ireland’s fight for freedom are set out in nearby killorglin., where a...More
Ballykissane pier was once the main point for goods to enter or exit Killorglin. Thus it is just a wide jetty rather than a pier. Although defunct since the railway arrived it is well maintained. Adjacent is a memorial for the first 2 fatalities of...More
I need to study more Irish history, especially their long struggle for independence. In Killorglin, we’d driven past a memorial a few times and today, we finally pulled over for a closer inspection. It was a perfect example of how every corner of Ireland is...More
I had initial problems finding the Pier, even after expert advice at the Tourist Office as coming from Killorglin driving alone, you need all your attention at the crossroads and he sign faces the other way but people are kind.. A lovely peaceful place indeed...More
since easter this year there has been 3 commerations at ballykissane pier as it was there that the first casulaties of the rising took place. 4 men travelling from dublin to cxaherciveen took a wrong turn in killirglin and their car went into the water...More