Spelga Dam :: Shared Description

Spelga Dam is a reservoir in the Mourne Mountains. It was constructed 1953-1957 and supplies water to parts of Counties Armagh and Down. Together with nearby Fofanny Reservoir, it can supply 6,500,000 gallons of water per day and discharges 500,000 gallons a day back into the River Bann.

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J2627 : Spelga Dam by Rossographer
J2627 : Culvert, Spelga by Rossographer
J2627 : Spelga Dam from Slievenamuck by Rossographer
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2627 : Morning at Spelga Dam by Rossographer
J2627 : Survey Point, Spelga Dam by Rossographer
J2725 : Granite marker near Spelga Dam by Rossographer
J2727 : Spelga Dam from Slievenamuck by Rossographer


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Created: Mon, 25 Oct 2010, Updated: Tue, 1 Dec 2020

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