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Killeshandra - Cavan - Main Street

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With a population of 469, Killeshandra is situated in the heart of Ireland's lakeland region. It is a thriving little village most of whose industry and commerce is centred around the dairy industry and tourism.

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  • County: Cavan
  • Town: Killeshandra
  • Scene: View of Main Street
  • Date: 1910 (estimate)

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Killeshandra

With a population of 469, Killeshandra is situated in the heart of Ireland's lakeland region. It is a thriving little village most of whose industry and commerce is centred around the dairy industry and tourism.

In 1846, Slater's Directory described Killeshandra as:

'... a market town and a parish, in the county of Cavan, pleasantly situated on the Croghan, a tributary stream to the Erne. It occupies a romantic site on a gently rising ground, environed by a chain of interesting lakes. This is a flourishing and respectable little place.'

These comments, made over 150 years ago, are just as true today. Killeshandra is still a rural village, set in the middle of unspoilt countryside, green fields, forests and dozens of lakes and rivers which form the upper Erne system.