2012: A Year in Review - The Wanderer's Photos
A rotting Spanish chestnut tree, which has been a very distinctive feature of a busy Killarney junction for a generation, has been transformed into a spectacular piece of wood sculpture depicting a native red deer. Expert tree sculptor Will Fogarty, of the Ballyhoura, Co Limerick based Fear na Coíllte Chainsaw Carvings, finished the project just in time for the Royal visit on Friday 17th June, a number of weeks after he commenced the painstaking and meticulous carving which shows a red deer leaping into the air. Sat 14.07.18

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22032 departs from Farranfore with the 1215 Cork - Tralee. Sun 15.07.18

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