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Lee Valley
Ireland

“River Lee Nature Walk and Cycle Way”. Here is view near O’Hara Bridge just next to the Aquadome at Ballyard. Tralee Town Council has plans to develop this area for nature and activity tourism.

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Tags: tralee; lee; valley; steam; railway; dingle; ponds; blennerville; kerry
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