Combined former Methodist chapel and manse, built c.1850. The building also housed a schoolhouse. This ornate chapel, with its pointed arched hood mouldings, served a small Wesleyan Methodist community of shopkeepers, policemen and coastguards (1854-1908). It would be great if this building was renovated.
no info on this old rusty anchor, like to know the story behind it
This monument is located across from the chapel on Sky Road. On a sign it reads: The Celtic cross monument remembers Thomas Whelan, a native of Clifden and member of the Dublin Volunteers. He was executed in Mountjoy Jail on 14 March 1921 during the War of Independence for the murder in Dublin of a British Officer, despite strong evidence pointing to his innocence.
this is located on the bottom of the monument.
Royal Nation Lifeboat Station
some of the houses you first see when you begin walking on Beach Road
nice pothole windows
right across the street from the houses
heading out to fish with his best friend