Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Trabalhos necessários para recuperação de património.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
I hope they raise the necessary funds - otherwise a builder and a scaffolding erector are going to be severely out-of-pocket on the venture.
Good to restore the old building. Hope the funds are enough.
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...things look a bit soupy! 😀
An important job; hope that it goes well AND on schedule!
No fear of heights in that worker!
Hi Bill.Nice Bill if something can be restored.Groettie from Patricia
Restorations of such buildings is always so expensive. Wishing them well.God bless.
Hello, it is great the church tower is being restored. The sky is looking a bit gloomy. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
I love it!!!Our old architecture is very important whether it is a church or a mansion or a stone cottage...even outbuildings! We should preserve the integrity of our past for the future.It is a lovely 19th century church~
It looks like they are hard at work on it.
We've had some gray skies here in Tampa the last couple days.
I can't believe that they are having such trouble getting funding for the repairs Bill, such an important piece of history it should be well maintained and looked after ✨
That'll be quite a project to complete.
I hope they get the funds to complete it!
I hope they get it done.
Wow, a real challenge to safely get up on that spire. Wonderful photo!
That is a ominously dark sky in the background! Beautifully taken.
It's well worth restoring and it really restores my faith in humanity when I see and hear of people restoring buildings back into how they should be.
It sounds as if its condition is pretty perilous and it's surprising they've been unable to get grant money to restore it.
I hope the funds come through . . .Saving, restoring, renovating the old is rewarding. Wishing for the best . . .
I hope the funds are raised. It would be a shame for it fall to far into disrepair to be saved. Shame that government isn't supporting it....yet, perhaps they will!