St. Eunans Cathedral
St,Eunans Cathedral, An imposing building of fine architecture overlooking the Town and surrounding area,The Administrator is.Very Rev. Kevin Gillespie, Administrator Rev. Philip Kemmy, CC Rev. Damien Nejad, CC.
Conwal Parish Church
Situated across the Square from St Eunans epitomises the good relations in the town.The present incumbant is Rev David Houlton ably assisted by his wife Rev. Heather Houlton who is also Hospital Chaplin. They reside at: Conwal Rectory New Line Road Letterkenny F92 PCC2 Donegal 074 912 2573
The Port Bridge.
All are long gone, The LoughSwilly Bus, The old bridge, and the coaster discharging at The Port Quay, the Dutch Grietje
The Dry Arch
Needleesly demolished. it once carried the Lough Swilly Railway line between Derry and Letterkenny.Passing under it is a CDR bus en route from Strabane to Letterkenny.
Fahan Co, Donegal . The bridge is still there and the buildings have been converted to a Restaurant, The Derry -Buncrana LSR train is sadly no more.
Fanad Head Lighthouse
Fanad Head Lighthouse, situated at the entrance to Lough Swilly.
Kellys Warehouse situated at Port Ballyraine. This excellent building was agaig needlessly demolished by the local council to facilitate roadworks, Bad planning was a better explanation.
This Old Mill has since been restored and is a fine Tourist Attraction.
Oldtown , Letterkenny
Depicted in the 1900,s The road although well modified is still in the same Area.
An unusual Rock formation with the North Atlantic in the background, Classic scenery.
Shroove Lighthouse at Inishowen Head situated at the entrance to Lough Foyle.
The Old Castle Ruins at Greencastle, Co. Donegal.
Horse and Cart
A local carter delivering on Letterkenny.s Lower Main Street. 1950s.
A Lough Swilly Leyland Royal Tiger omnibus seen here at Portnablagh on the road to Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal.
Port Rd. Letterkenny
The Port Rd. Letterkenny in the early 1960s.
A Fordson Major tractor and a Garvie Threshing mill. at work in a local farmyard stack garden. Also in attendance is a TVO Ferguson and trailer.
RNLI Lough Swilly
"Mariners Feiend" and high powered RIB. Lough Swilly,s first Tyne class Lifeboat exercising off Fanad some years ago.
Loop Net Fishing
Sadly this practice of Loop Net fishing for salmon on the River Swilly has ceased some years ago.
A fine modern design , The Church of the Irish Martyrs is at Gortlee, Letterkenny. The present incumbent is: Parish Priest: Fr. Brian Quinn Catholic Curate: Fr. Brendan Ward
Ramelton Quay was once a working Port. Thankfully many of the buildings have survived.