The man with the white beard features in the window in Market Street - with glasses of course!
Details of the plaque to Barry Sheene on the road racing circuit
Oliver's Mount Racing Circuit is a road racing circuit. This view is along Weaponness Lane towards the commentary box on the right. On the left is stone plinth with a plaque to Barry Sheene. The slopes of Olivers Mount rise up to the left and in the background a bridge over the circuit can be seen.
This branch in Market Street has been refurbished - see previous view [[]]
Built in 1906 by Armstrongs of Newcastle, the bridge could be lifted vertically to allow boats to pass. It was refurbished for the Millennium reopening of the canal; further details can be seen at http://www.movablebridges.co.uk/leamington.htm .
Looking east from Bridge Street - it will be interesting to see how this area is transformed when the OASIS Project is completed http://ulsterherald.com/2013/04/04/omaghs-riverbank-area-to-get-4-5-million-facelift/
This stands in the Townland of Levallymore.
Looking east towards Bridge Street from Strule Arts Centre
It includes the Tyrone Herald - pictured along John Street
Now converted into a private house.
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Looking ENE from the outside of Sallys Bar
Some new development with moorings on the canal between Viewforth Bridge and the Leamington Lift Bridge.
For full information about this historic furnace