HORGANS QUAY AT SUNSET SEPTEMBER 2018

HORGANS QUAY AT SUNSET PHOTOGRAPHED 2011

Back in 2011 this was a badly run down area and not much had changed, along the river, when I last visited in May 2019. I was prevented, May 2019, from taking photographs by security staff claiming that I did not have permission to be on a working quay while ships were unloading. I did not argue with them as I had plenty of opportunity to photograph the area during my week in Cork.

Within the general area there is now a lot of development underway near the railway station. I will show this development in future photographs.

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