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Taken in Tollymore forest Park this weekend.
Foleys Bridge crosses the Shimna River in Tollymore forest Park.
The bridge was named after a young girl called Harriet Foley

In 1955 Tollymore forest park became the first state forest in Northern Ireland and was called a Forest Park. Situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains it offers spectacular views of the mountains, and the coast at Newcastle while within the park there are numerous walks through mature woodland.

Thanks for looking :)

Gary

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