Lax Weir

MILL ROAD ARTIST SARAH ROSE BOLGER WITH HER PAINTING OF THE LAX WEIR, MILL ROAD, CORBALLY, COMMISSIONED FOR CORBALLY HOUSE NURSING HOME.
Low tide showing up what little remains of the once Great Lax Weir, the Weir 1,150 feet long extended across the Shannon from below Corbally Mill to St. Patrick's Protestant Church, Parteen.
View of Lax Weir showing the Queen's Gap, Castle (Caisleán na Coran), Caretakers house, tip of St. Thomas's Island and St. Patrick's Protestant Church, Parteen.
Lax Weir and Castle (Caisleán na Coran).
Lax Weir and Castle (Caisleán na Coran).
Salmon cribs in position at the Lax Weir. The salmon could not return once they passed through the narrow vertical openings in the cribs
Timber gratings in position to block salmon from going upstream and to divert them into traps or cribs.
Portion of the Lax Weir, caretakers house and St. Patrick's Protestant Church, Parteen, Co. Clare.
LAX WEIR BASED ON A PLAN DRAWN BY A. GRAY IN 1864
A section of the Lax Weir on the Clare shore was recently cleared of ivy, underneath it revealed part of the remains of the caretakers house.
Part of remains of caretakers house on Lax Weir, Clare shore.