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Here is a new page about the canal, with photos of some of its important features. Posted in Ashore , Built heritage , Canals , Drainage , Economic activities , Engineering and construction , Forgotten navigations , Industrial heritage , Ireland , People , The grain trade , waterways , Waterways management , Weather.
Resolved — That we consider a Canal communication between Nenagh and the River Shannon, of vital importance to the prosperity of the town and neighbourhood, as increasing commerce, lessening the cost of fuel, facilitating intercourse with the sea ports of the country, and giving employment to the poor. Resolved — That we have heard with interest the Report of Mr Henry Buck , Engineer, on the proposed line of Canal; and recommend the adoption of the line he has surveyed.
Resolved — That we appoint Peter Holmes, Esq, a Commissioner, who is to name a second, the second a third, and so on, until the whole are appointed. Resolved — That we recommend the proceedings of the Meeting to be published in the Nenagh Guardian, Limerick Chronicle, and other Papers, and that the Secretary be instructed to get printed copies of the Prospectus. Resolved — That we now enter into a Subscription list for Shares, according to the provisions of the Prospectus read at this Meeting.
Resolved — That the thanks of the Meeting are due, and hereby given, to Peter Holmes, Esq, for his impartial conduct in the Chair, and for the spirited example he has set in being the first to subscribe for Fifty Shares. That evening, the boat was seen floating partially submerged and overturned with the bow out of the water near Youghal Bay, Lough Derg.
The boat had struck submerged rocks at high speed and suffered major damage to the outdrive allowing the free ingress of water into the boat. A meeting was held in Fermoy in to promote a proposal to make the Blackwater navigable from Lismore upstream to Fermoy. Fermoy railway station opened in Posted in Extant waterways , Forgotten navigations , Ireland , People , Water sports activities , waterways. Here is an account of the building of the old bridge across the Blackwater at Youghal. No, not the one in Cork: Formerly used for landing turf from the west side of Lough Derg, Youghal Quay is now a swimming area.