Surrounded by Natural Beauty

the old schoolhouse

Rostrevor Forest Park

The Craigmore Viaduct (Irish: Tarbhealach Craig Mór) is a railway bridge near Bessbrook, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, known locally as the 18 Arches. (OS Grid ref: Jo628). Near Newry railway station.

the old schoolhouse

Hen Mountain

Hen Mountain is a conspicuous outlier of the Western Mournes, with steep slopes rising to a summit bristling with numerous spectacular granite tors, and it provides an excellent miniature summary of the huge appeal of this group of hills.

the old schoolhouse

Slieve Doan

Being quite centrally located in the Mourne Mountains Doan known as Maol Chobha’s Fort has simply stunning views of the surrounding area. A quick clamber will get you on the small grassy top of this odd cone shaped peak from which you will see the surrounding mountains plus Silent Valley and Lough Shannagh.

the old schoolhouse

Craigmore Viaduct

The bridge was designed by John Benjamin Macneill, an eminent Irish civil engineer, with construction beginning in 1849 for the Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway. The bridge was formally opened in 1852. It spans the valley of Camlough River. The viaduct consists of 18 arches of 60 ft span, the highest being 126 ft, making Craigmore the tallest viaduct in Ireland.

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