A quarter of a mile long Durrow ( Ballyvoyle) Tunnel is one of the most iconic features of the Greenway. It looks as perfect as the day it was built in 1878. I can only imagine how exciting it was to travel through the tunnel by train, at a slow speed, with the eerie sound echoing off the tunnel walls.
Once a habitat of bats, the tunnel is a busy place these days.
I love this tricycle. It looks very comfortable, especially if you want to stop and take a picture.
Someone has a sense of humor. Notice how far is the other end of the tunnel.
It seems like the walls have openings, but in fact these are only wall niches with lights.
The tunnel is lined with bricks.
Not too successful photograph of some stalagmites growing in the niche.
Just a few years ago this area was overgrown and…
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