Bird Photography at Annagassan and Salterstown Pier

Written by Tony and Rosemary

As Rosie and I continue our adventures along the east coast of Ireland, we decided to do some bird photography at Annagassan and Salterstown Pier,

Annagassan is a small sleepy village situated on the banks of the River Glyde where it meets Dundalk Bay in the Irish sea, County Louth.

Annagassan began its life as a Viking settlement

The Vikings established Annagassan as a Longphort (an Irish name for a shore fortress) several kilometres up the river Glyde to harbour their longboats and they called the settlement Linn Duachaill.

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