Killybegs, Co. Donegal
All of these signs look so new. The first ones make the directions easy to follow. :-)
Nice all those rosetta stones. Gaelic needs a lot more words then English by the look of it.
interesting photos! the last one has 2 alternatif operational timing in Friday...have a nce day Bill ^^
...I see that the harvest from the sea is important in the area! Thanks Bill for sharing.
I'm still looking forward to one day hiking in your neck of the woods. One day, when this pandemic finally passes.
There are signs everywhere we go!
Dear Bill,that's a nice colection! I am always happy when I see billboards in Gaelic. You also can link cour signs to "Artis Schilderwald" (means "Forest of signs ") - (https://artifactumverabilisblog.blogspot.com/) This linkup takes place every second Wednesday, including today. I wish you a joyous holiday season and a Happy December 🕯️☃️🎄🍎⛄🤗🕯️All the best, Traudehttps://rostrose.blogspot.com/2021/11/italien-reisebericht-siena-und-san.html
Seaweed is a good natural fertiliser. God bless.
Now I'm hungry for seafood!
Good signs :-D
I like them.
I like those directional signs.
I love lobster!
Great collection of signs! Have a great day!
There must be something valuable in the fresh atlantic container :) Too many locks for a place that looks simple :)
What fun to see these signs in two languages, even if I can't read the Gaelic.
Always astonishing again how different the language is!
Interesting that there's no English.
Way Cool Mr Bill - Walk On Cheers
I like to see the signal in Gaelic even if I don't understand the meaning.
That would be a popular stop for us!
Gaelic looks like it would be hard to learn.
Love the font.
I am not sure but "Burtonport Railway Walk" sign looks old one.
I understood part of the signs :)
Lobster and crab - sounds mighty good to me.
Can you explain more what these directional signs mean? Happy december my friend
There is a walking railway trail that you can walk and it is in Burtonport. The Arranmore Ferry is in Burtonport too and that is where you can get it.
Nice ones :)All the best Jan
Lobster and crab sounds good right now. I'm having shrimp for dinner.
That's a lot of signs!
good signs for directions... easy to understand.great shots
Me gusta el ultimo cartel. Te mando un beso
Easy to read signs and they are good for those that don't know the local language.
I love Atlantic Fresh Lobster and Crab. Have a very happy December, Bill.~~~Don't you like my poetry anymore?!: ))~~~~~~
Love seafood :) Interesting to see Gaelic signs:)
Mind blowing pictures
I would like to know how to pronounce those words though
Uma bela série de imagens, sobre o tema! Gostei de ver!Um grande abraço!Ana