Painting - Pastel
On Thursday, 4 September 1828, 20 people travelling to Galway on the Caisleán Nua were tragically drowned when a sheep put its foot through the floor of the boat. This tragedy later became the subject of a famous lament, Eanach Dhúin, composed by the famous blind Irish poet, Antoine Ó Raifteiri. A memorial stone was erected at Annaghdown Pier in 1978 by the Annaghdown Anglers Club, 150 years after the tragedy occurred.
July 17th, 2011
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