On the route from Louisburgh down towards Doolough, you’ll pass by this. Cregganbaun National School is typical of schools in ‘old’ Ireland – 2 rooms heated by a turf fire. The students would each be required to bring in a sod of turf each day to keep the school warm.
Out the back are the toilets where any degree of comfort would not be found. The sign over the door dates the school at 1945.
The weather is typical of this area at this time of the year – miserable and beautiful at the same time.
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