Stone bridge at Drumsna May 2010 Plaque on bridge. 1795 rebellion May 2010 River Shannon from Drumsna bridge May 2010
Drumsna is a village in County Leitrim, Ireland. It is situated 6 km east of Carrick-on-Shannon on the River Shannon and is located off the N4 National primary route which links Dublin and Sligo. The harbour dates to 1817 and was a hive of commercial waterway activity until the more northern navigation canal to Carrick-on-Shannon was opened in 1850. Today, the waterway is busy with anglers and touristic pursuits in the summer months but at a much more leisurely pace.
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