Irish Insulators - Gorey, Co. Wexford - power

By Steve McCollum; posted July 11, 2004

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This is a typical power distribution scene, featuring lots of splices in the air. In this case, the feed also descends through the hollow galvanized steel pole.

This is a street scene from Gorey, Co. Wexford, where we stopped for lunch on June 19, 2002. It's about 90 Km south of Dublin, near the east coast of Ireland.

Note the directional signs in Gaelic and English! In order to graduate from high school, all students have to pass an exam in Gaelic. The Irish government conducts business in Gaelic, and there are TV stations that broadcast in Gaelic.

This is another attempt to place multiple images onto a single Digest photo page. This one was uploaded with no editing whatsoever. Since I have many sets of related pictures, I would like to find out whether I can group them together in the Digest.