Enniskillen, United Kingdom
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Belleek Road, Enniskillen, United Kingdom
Belfast Road, Enniskillen, United Kingdom
14 - 20 Tempo Road, Enniskillen, United Kingdom
72 Forthill Street, Enniskillen, United Kingdom
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Driving north brought us to an interesting place called Enniskillen. Without knowing it, we had crossed the border into Northern Ireland, the British Isles; so apparently we're back in England! They use the Bristish Pound and the 'Police’ is called ...
... we had the tour of the Belleek Pottery factory which was interesting they have been going for 155 years. We stopped in the town Enniskillen where there have been many violent attacks (bombings and shootings) in the last 25 years between the Catholics and ...
Jim went to Northern Ireland to meet with Postal Bible School founder, Bert Gray and new worker Sam Balmer, to discuss using the children's courses they produce in conjunction with Emmaus courses when our offices want to have a children's ministry as ...
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Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Lisbellaw, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
5 Darling Street, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Open Tuesday - Saturday 9.00am - 5.30pm. Closed bank holidays. Free admission to museum. Fermanagh's railways may have closed in 1957, however visitors can now take a remarkable journey into the past and enjoy the amazing history associated with the bygone age of steam. Combine your visit with a unique opportunity to have your hair professionally styled.
The Sheelin, Bellanaleck Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
The award winning Sheelin Antique Lace Museum is situated in the village of Bellanaleck, just 4 miles from Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.The Museum houses approximately 700 exhibits, illustrating types of Lace made in Ireland. On display are lace wedding dresses, wedding veils, shawls, parasols, collars, baby bonnets, christening gown, flounces, jackets and many more items, hundreds of years old.The entrance to the museum houses a shop which sells traditional Irish antique lace and linen.