Synonyms for glenties or Related words with glenties

boylagh              banagh              tirhugh              dunfanaghy              kilmacrenan              inishkeel              stranorlar              ballynakill              glennamaddy              ballymoe              tiaquin              templecrone              carrigallen              tullaghobegly              bawnboy              cootehill              inishmagrath              tirerrill              ballymahon              tullygarvey              drumahaire              loughrea              clondahorky              kilbarron              moycullen              oughterard              shanid              cloonclare              manorhamilton              tobercurry              dunkellin              kilrush              rosclogher              rossinver              trughanacmy              ballinasloe              castlerahan              edenderry              cullenagh              drumhome              murrisk              templetogher              iraghticonnor              abbeyleix              bailieborough              strokestown              kilcolman              slievardagh              rathkeale              ballyshannon             



Examples of "glenties"
Glenties railway station served the village of Glenties in County Donegal, Ireland.
Glenties () is a village in County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated where two glens meet, north-west of the Bluestack Mountains, near the confluence of two rivers. Glenties is the largest centre of population in the parish of Iniskeel. Glenties has won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition five times in 1958, 1959,1960, 1962 and 1995 and has won a medal many other times. The current population of Glenties is 869.
Ballyshannon, Donegal, Dunfanaghy, Glenties, Inishowen, Letterkenny, Milford, Stranorlar
MacGill was born in Glenties, County Donegal. A statue in his honour is on the bridge where the main street crosses the river in Glenties. He had three children, Christine, Patricia and Sheila MacGill.
Starting in Donegal Town, the trail heads north to reach Lough Eske before crossing the Bluestack Mountains to the village of Glenties. From Glenties, it follows the course of the Owenea River to the end of the trail at Ardara.
The St. Connell's Museum in his home town of Glenties has a display about his life.
Glenties is situated at the meeting of two glens, and two rivers; the Owenea and Stranaglough.
St. Connell's Museum, in Glenties has an extensive display of items from the railway.
The station opened on 1 August 1944 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 3 June 1895 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 3 June 1895 when the Donegal Railway Company opened their line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 1 July 1903 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 1 August 1944 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
Glenties received a Silver Medal in the European Entente Florale competition held in Győr, Hungary in 2005.
The station opened on 1 November 1937 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 1 November 1930 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 3 June 1895 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
The station opened on 3 June 1895 on the Donegal Railway Company line from Glenties to Stranorlar.
A display of mementos from the filming is on display at the St. Connell's Museum in Glenties.
Glenties railway station was on a branch line of the County Donegal Railways Joint Committee, a narrow gauge railway system. The Glenties branch was the first part of the County Donegal Railways to be closed; the railway station (and the branch line) opened on 3 June 1895 and finally closed on 15 December 1947.