I.T.A. Topographical and General Survey 1942/3
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Inagh

Barony of: Inchiquin, Parish: Inagh
Location and Brief Description:
Inagh is a small village of six houses, which include two shops (public houses and Grocery combined) and a P.O., and is situated on the river Inagh and on the main road from Ennis to Ennistymon 9 miles N.-W. of Ennis and 7 miles S.-E. of Ennistymon.

Brief comments on water supply and sewerage:
Water from a pump which is under the care of the Clare Board of Health. No sewerage system.

Public Services
Nearest station Ennistymon
Distance 7 miles
Bus? Yes
Public Lighting by—Electricity? Gas?

Churches and Services
Church R.C. church. Services (Sundays) 12 o'clock S.T.

Postal Facilities
Location of Post Office In village
Business (? M.O., Telegraph, Telephone) M.O.S. Telegraph and Telephone

Schools and Colleges
Inagh, Kilnamona, Gortbofarna, Cloonanaha National Schools

Camping Sites (At principal holiday resorts)
Location Inagh Landowner Mr. J. Leyden

Accommodation
Guest or Boarding Houses
Mr. Joseph Leyden, 1 Guest Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Lavatory, 1 Public Room, Licensed. Good catering, (very up-to-date house and bar).
Mr. Conor Leyden, 1 Guest Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Lavatory, 1 Public Room, Licensed. Good catering.

NOTE: Inagh is not recommendable as a holiday resort for tourists. Accommodation is very limited and it is 7 miles from the nearest market town Ennistymon.

Date: 8th/5/43
(Signed): James Henchy Surveyor.
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