Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Pity ... it could be such a lovely home.God bless.
Always a special feeling checking out abandobed farms and houses.
Pretty decay Bill, Love the lush green around. Nature tacking back its ground.
It looks like it was a lovely home and lot. I wish the walls could talk!
That won't take long to collapse....
There are fixer-uppers and then there are places to walk away from.
Excelente foto e aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Oh yes, this place has seen better days. Wishing you a happy day!
Hi Bill.Too bad, it seems like a nice place to have a home.Greeting from Patricia.
...a sad sight!
Feels a little bit like me this mornin'
Is that a slate roof?
Only just hanging on there Bill 😉
It may be past the point of no return, Bill!
Some days I feel a little like that house. Especially after we have mass shootings and stupid politicians responding with "thoughts and prayers". I like the pic a lot but feel a kinship with it right now.
Not likely to hold on for much longer though. What a shame!
Hello Bill, awesome capture of great character. Hope you're keeping well. Jo
I love finding old buildings, I wonder about their history.
I don't think that roof is going to hang on much longer. It makes a great photo!
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It is fun and interesting with these abandoned places what you can see and find
Sad to see the old place disappear like that.
Barely hanging on...
wonderful! I always wonder about who lived there in places like that.
That can't be salvaged.
That doesn't look like it will be standing much longer.
I think it's a bit optimistic to say this one is hanging on. Sad.
When we lived in VA, there would be many such abandoned homes along back roads. It always amazed me that people would leave them to deteriorate and left me wondering about the former occupants...never had any answers to those wonderings.
Although it makes a nice photograph … it is quite a sad sight.All the best Jan