The ruins of the Ballinrobe military barracks
Ha Bill, prachtige foto's van de ruïne,De historie van deze bouwwerken, daar hou ik van. dank je wel voor deze mooie foto's.Groet Kees.
Good to know a few things about your local history. Nice with all that green also.
What wonderful photos of the ruins. Very interesting.
Very nice photos of these historic ruins.
Just about enough left to imagine how it was in the past. The vegetation appears to be taking over though.
I am always eager to photograph ruins. I hope it has heritage site protection.
It must have been marvellous in the old days.God bless.
Looks like nature is doing a good job of recycling it.
How the landscape take over. Very moody and nice pictured.
Looks strongly built walls to stand all the ways and you captured beautifully with all the green around!
Absolutely stunning photos Bill!!!Old ruins speak to me in a way that I cannot explain.
I wonder if the men who put the stones in place think about how long they would stand there?
Two lovely photographs of the ruins …All the best Jan
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh the history
If only we could reach into the memories of those walls.
Unfortunately we keep very little. When a building is not needed in come the bull dozers. Our buildings are mostly wood so can easily be demolished.
It is very picturesque sitting there surrounded by green.
Wow, that's really something to see. We always tear down the old to make way for the new so it's interesting to see something that old.
Such atmosphere, Bill!
I love it! I love going to old cemeteries and taking photos ofunusual and funny headstones.
I am always fascinated at seeing the left-behinds of places. Even though it's in ruins, St Catherine's was worth a look.
This is lovely and just the kind of thing I like to see.
Beautiful shots! What great old stone walls.
Neat! A romantic looking place.
One of the things I most enjoy about good 'ol Ireland. The older the ruins, the better. :-)
unfortunate buildings...have a nice spring
Great photos of these ruins. I love these types of things, but we don't have many of them here in the US, and certainly not that old. :-) I love stone architecture.