The locks of the city canal, a lovely rierside walk from the city center to UL.
The Limerick canal is planned to be restored by the city council.
The canal was constructed in 1757-1758 to transport goods (heavy goods, such as turf, potatoes, coal and, guess what, Guinness) to and from Limerick City.
For more informations about waterways in Ireland: http://www.waterwaysireland.org/shannon/
This blog will no longer be updated as I have moved away from Limerick.... Limerick, beside the white house pub
Urbs Antiqua Fuit Studiisque Asperrima Belli "An ancient city well versed in the arts of war"
IMG_2775 , originally uploaded by TOF2006 . Curtain Thieves