Flooding At Dunmore Wood.

November 25th 2017.


It was probably inevitable that there would be some rise in waters, considering the serious flooding in Mountmellick, Coolrain, Portarlington, and other areas during the week.

At the moment the riverbank walkway is completely submerged and should be avoided, and water levels have risen in the usual areas around the rivers Gully and Nore, so take care whilst out walking in Dunmore Wood.

The photographs below were taken on Saturday 25th November.

Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
The River Gully
The River Gully
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Riverbank Walkway at Dunmore Wood
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
The River Gully
The River Gully
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow
Flooding at Dunmore Wood, Durrow

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