Tollymore forest park, film set for Game of Thrones (The North), based around the Shimna River Stepping Stones. Oak from this forest was used to build the Titanic.
The Shimna River begins on the slopes of Ott Mountain in the Mourne Mountains and enters the Irish Sea at Newcastle flowing through Tollymore Forest Park. This photo with soft lighting captures the flow of the river at the famous stepping stones featured in the popular Game of Thrones TV series.
This Olde Church is about 100 yards from Bloody Bridge, it is known to have been one of the first Christian churches in Northern Ireland. This is one of the very few medieval relics of the Mourne Mountains that remains today and all remains are the brick foundations of The Olde Church.
This beautiful scenery shows the foundation of Olde Castle being dwarfed by the large mountains in the background, this is a beautiful area to visit simply because it is an outstanding sight to see first hand.
One of Ireland's most scenic areas and the ultimate adventurer's paradise.
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