ⓘ Slieve Bawn

                                     

ⓘ Slieve Bawn

Slieve Bawn or Sliabh Baghna is a mountain in County Roscommon, Ireland. It lies between Strokestown and Ballyleague. It is the third-highest point in the county, after Kilronan Mountain and Seltannasaggart.

                                     
  • TSS Slieve Bawn was a twin screw steamer passenger and cargo vessel operated by the London and North Western Railway from 1904 to 1923, and the London
  • TSS Slieve Bawn was a twin screw steamer cargo vessel operated by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway from 1935 to 1948, and the British Transport
  • was sold in May 1937 to Arnott Young and Company in Dalmuir for breaking, and replaced by the Slieve Bawn Railway and Other Steamers, Duckworth. 1962
  • Midland and Scottish Railway in 1935. She replaced the Slieve Bawn of 1904 and was named after the Slieve League cliffs in County Donegal. Her lifeboats were
  • TSS Slieve Bloom was a twin screw steamer cargo vessel operated by the London and North Western Railway from 1908 to 1918. She was built by Vickers, Sons
  • TSS Colleen Bawn was a twin screw passenger steamship operated by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway from 1903 to 1922. She was built by Vickers Limited
  • TSS Slieve Donard was a steam turbine passenger and cargo vessel operated by the London and North Western Railway from 1921 to 1923, and the London, Midland
  • North Korea and China Safēd Kōh, a mountain range in eastern Afghanistan Slieve Bawn a 262 m hill in County Roscommon, in the Republic of Ireland, whose
  • an area with many lakes including Lough Boderg. The only mountain is Slieve Bawn The Mag Oireachtaigh McGeraghtys were rulers here of Clann Tomaltaigh
  • Ree. It was divided into three kingdoms known as Cenel Dobtha between Slieve Bawn and the River Shannon Corca Achlann to the west and Tir Briuin na Sinna
  • mul - ə - BAWN or mʌləˈbɑːn mul - ə - BAHN from Irish: an Mullach Ban, meaning the white hilltop or Mullaghbane, is a small village and townland near Slieve
  • the Drogheda company. Upon the delivery of the new screw steamers Colleen Bawn and Mellifont in 1903, the Kathleen Mavourneen was withdrawn from service