Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Lot of celtic ornaments in this cover. Nice that it is possible to make something humble so nice.
Fantástica esta placa.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I was rather intrigued by the unusual design too. A bit of Googling revealed that it's a standard product, known as "Celtic", from the Cavanagh foundry in Co Offaly, who specialise in what they call "road furniture". It's now part of the EJ company from the US.
This is beautiful to see on a drain cover, it is art on the street!
How elaborate for a drain cover but very unique and so much better than the mundane!Good eye, Bill!
Wow, it's beautiful! I love the depictions of the birds.
Hello Bill !Very impressive cover!Lovely image!Have a lovely afternoon!Dimi...
Hi Bill.Artfully made.Is beautiful on the wall.Groettie from Patricia.
Looks a bit like something we have, copy from norrøn time . Norse Mythology ?I hope you will find the answer to it.A very nice find.Thanks for sharing.
Very fancy. Our drain covers have numbers scrawled on them ... they are certainly nothing like this. This could be in a drain cover museum!
I would love to know the meaning of it. : )
There has to be a story there Bill! Well spotted, pays to look down too sometimes 😀
I like its design!
Fancy! I like it. There is a town in Ontario called Letterkenny and also a hilarious tv show called Letterkenny. Hilarious to Canadians at least. I am positive it is nothing like your Letterkenny.
beautiful celtic design :)
We have a whole line of Cavanagh in the family tree so it is fun to see this!
What an artsy drain cover!
Pretty fancy drain cover!
It's an interesting design!
That's so beautiful. I wonder if the design is similar to something from the Book of Kells.
Artistic drain cover!
That's the fanciest drain cover I've ever seen, I like it!
Que beleza de arte na tampa!