Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Pretty building, tourism is big business now.
Sturdy no nonsense building.
A grand looking old building.
Yes indeed, a handsome, grand looking building. I like the stone fence in front too!
...tourism is BIG business these days!
Hope that all graduates are successful and employed. The building is SO symmetrical!!
The building looks pretty modern for being from the 19th century.Love that stone fence!!!
It is well maintained and impressive!
What a wonderful building.Great photo. God bless you, Bill.
Hi Bill.A beautiful building Bill.Groettie from Patricia.
There is a stark beauty to this building!
A very nice building for a school!
I would say that college is well attended. The graduates will have no difficulty in finding jobs anywhere in Europe.
That building looks very business friendly. It looks like it has a very serious purpose.
I like its architecture.
Neat old building, glad it is still in use as a place of learning.
Bill, your photography is wonderful! If I could get out of the kitchen and take photos of something besides food once in a while, it would be grand to photograph nothing but dry stone walls (not that we have any of those around here!).
The building's in fine shape. How nice that it's able to respond to Ireland's needs. (BTW: Have you had any problems leaving comments on my blog? A couple of people (who haven't commented much lately) have mentioned that the comment form doesn't autofill with their information. I assume (and hope) it hasn't been a problem for you, right?)
Yay for preparing people for careers. Way back when, there was a hospitality program at the University where my husband went for his graduate degree (not in that field). They put on a wonderful Brunch on most holidays. It was worth saving our pennies for!
It's a delicious piece of architecture Bill 😉
Very clean looking building. I think a school like that is very much needed.
It is a nice looking building, though not very big.