Alan Godfrey Map : Belleek, Pettigo & NW Fermanagh 1900


Ireland Sheet 32 – Belleek, Pettigo & NW Fermanagh 1900

This Inch to the Mile map is split roughly equally between Counties Donegal and Fermanagh. Coverage stretches from Belleek eastwards to Kesh and northwards to Lough Derg.

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Features include much of lower Lough Erne, Lough Derg, Boa Island, the Great Northern Railway, Lustymore Island, Shinnan Hill and Crockkinagoe.

On the reverse are two large scale maps. One is for the Fermanagh Village of Belleek, famous for its Pottery Works; other features include the railway with station, RC church, hotels, White Cat Cave etc.

The second plan is for Pettigoe (or Pettigo), split between Donegal and Fermanagh and this shows the village in detail; features include the Main Street with individual buildings, part of the station, churches, corn and saw mills. Also included are directories for both villages.

Towns and principal villages or church parishes which are included on this map:
Co. Donegal: Ballintra, Laghy, Pettigoe.
Co. Fermanagh: Belleek, Clonelly, Drumskinny, Kesh, Leggs.

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Weight 60 g
Dimensions 21 × 12 × .2 cm