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Come Back to Ireland
Description: A visit to Ireland in the 1950s.
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Clip #: TFA-274C
Length: 9:34
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: Europe
Country: Ireland
Subject: Country Road
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Ireland, rural farmland, farms, farmers, women pitching hay, donkey cart, woman feeding chickens, village near Galway, street scenes, ducks, cats playing, children, houses, peat bogs, harvesting peat, cutting turf, peat gatherers, donkey and horse carts transporting peat, port, donkey carts transporting milk, farmers bringing livestock to Galway to be sold, market day, livestock being sold on main streets, farmer’s wives wearing their finest shawls, River Shannon, middle aged women, industrial areas, Youghal, cityscape, skyline, thatched roof cottages, spinning wheel, Sir Walter Raleigh’s house, Dublin, street scenes, University of Dublin, O'Connell Street, Nelson's Pillar, double decker buses, Abbey Theatre, Blarney Castle, man being lowered over castle wall to kiss Blarney Stone, Drogheda, Saint Laurence Gate, Saint Laurence's Gate, Monasterboice cemetery with High Cross and Round Tower, road to Connemara, horse drawn carriage, Galway, Lynch Memorial window, Lakes of Killarney, horse carriage traveling through water, mansion, waterfall, rolling hills and mountains along shores

Notes:
This is the sound version of TFA-275D

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