Great Southern Trail Greenway features in Aer Lingus Cara Magazin
GST credit Image Publications and Aer Lingus
Cara magazine for their permission to reproduce this article from the June
2019 in-flight magazine.
To encourage a modal shift to cycling, the
Irish Government has introduced a range of measures including the
establishment of a 2,000 km National Cycle Network (NCN). The NCN will
connect all large urban areas in Ireland by opening up extensive rural
routes. Cycling Research International Report -
ATTACHED IS NEW CO. LIMERICK WALKING ROUTES LEAFLET 2012 PRODUCED BY SHANNON DEVELOPMENT AND PARTNERS. GREAT SOUTHERN TRAIL IS WALK NO.7
MAP BOARD OF DEVELOPED GREAT SOUTHERN TRAIL GREENWAY [Co. Limerick 40Km] November 2013 (English Text) and (Irish Text)
4 Posters of Barnagh Tunnel History and Habitat (Adobe Acrobat)
7 Posters of Great Southern Trail History
1. Walks for the Newcastle west to Ardagh in County Limerick. The Great Southern Trail would like to acknowledge and thank Mr. Geoff Hunt for the following information that comes from his book Limerick Nature Walks. Copyright Geoff Hunt Information
2. Templeglantine - Abbeyfeale [Great Southern Trail] Information Leaflet This disused railway line has recently been opened as a walkway. It is a pleasant walk through West Limerick’s rolling countryside that passes through woodland and follows a meandering river.
3. Barnagh Tunnel [Great Southern Trail] Information Leaflet
Great Southern Trail Review 1994 (Adobe Acrobat Document 368 KB)
Great Southern Trail Ecological Report (Adobe Acrobat Document 421 KB)
(Adobe Acrobat Document) Southern Trail Newsletter October 2003 (Adobe Acrobat Document)
Southern Trail Newsletter October 2003 (Adobe Acrobat Document)
Address by Liam O'Mahony GST Chairman (Adobe Acrobat Document)
Limerick Leader Newspaper and Irish Times articles 11th July 1997 and 12th June 1990. Trail background and benefits published by the Limerick and Kerry Railway Society Trak - Trek.
Contact: Secretary, Great Southern Trail, Gortbui,
Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Email Us