Retreating waters expose ruins of Co Wicklow homestead
Number of vacated properties were submerged in Co Wicklow when a valley was flooded to create Poulaphuca Reservoir in 1940 Images of the ruins of homestead and farm machinery which were submerged in a Co Wicklow lake have been released by garda. The images show the ruins of a house along with the roots of trees and a piece of rusted farm machinery - a mowing bar - on a raised piece of land.
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