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A while back I went to Glenarm Lime works, unfortunatly it was not worth the drive, but since I took the trouble to go see it, heres what I saw:

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After the dejection of that visit I thought a trip down the road to Magramorne Quarry, only to find most of it still in use! Damn economic revival.

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The processing plant is still up and running, but the quarry itself is worth a look, I was there for a few hours, but there is not much there to see except rusted burnt out cars. Amazing of you like mountain biking though.

Finally heres two old churchs from Donegal:
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While driving the wilds of County Donegal, we found that and this:

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