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Some of my best images from in and around my adopted home of 20 years, Shankill, in southernmost Co. Dublin. The first image is the cover shot of the 2014 Shankill calendar and many of these images have appeared in Shankill calendars in recent years.

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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Landscapes
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Keywords:Shanganagh, Shankill, heritage, landscape

The Shanganagh Cliffs in Shankill looking south towards Bray in Co. Wicklow during the big snow of 2010.A summer time view of the Shanaganagh Cliffs, Shankill,  looking north towards Killiney.Bronze Age dolmen at the Cromlech Fields estate on the Shanganagh Road on the northern approach to Shankill. The 19th century church in the background is St Alphonsus & Columba of the Ballybrack and KClose up of the Bronze Age dolmen at the Cromlech Fields estate on the Shanganagh Road on the northern approach to Shankill.Landscape view of  Bronze Age dolmen at the Cromlech Fields estate on the Shanganagh Road on the northern approach to Shankill.Sunrise at the Ballycorus (forner) Leadmines chimney above Shankill on Carrickgollagan Hill.Sunset view of the Ballycorus (forner) Leadmines chimney above Shankill on Carrickgollagan Hill.08 Shankill Series JCoveneySunlit view of the Ballycorus (former) Leadmines chimney above Shankill on Carrickgollagan Hill.Wide angle view of the Ballycorus (former) Leadmines chimney above Shankill on Carrickgollagan Hill.Distant view of the Ballycorus Leadmines Chimney over some of the older house on the Dublin Road in Shankill Village - the "Main Street".Shanganagh Castle, an 18th century mansion on the site of an earlier castle. It was used as an juvenile prison between 1969 and 2002 when a large modern extension to the left was built. It was recentlA black and white version of Shanganagh Castle.Another view of Shanganagh Castle.Shanganagh House in Shankill dates from 1823, and is now used a community centre.Kiltuck Cross was originally located at site of the ruined Kiltuck Church now occupied by the Barbeque Business Centre on the southern edge of Shankill Village. It is now in the grounds St Anne's CathShankill's Tudor style local library built in 1912 with funds from Scottish-American steel magnate, Andrew Carnegie. It's one of about 80 such libraries in Ireland, of which about 60 survive.Another view of St Anne's Church - the Kiltuck Cross is underneath the large tree to the right.The "upside down" houses on the Dublin Road as it enters Shankill Village. There is a second story not visible below the entrance level.One of the traditional cottages in the New Vale area of Shankill Village.