Irish Tourist Association Survey, Ballycastle
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First page of the Irish Tourist Association Survey, Ballycastle parish, 1943
The Irish Tourist Association Survey for Ballycastle parish was completed in 1943 by Conor O'Brien. The chief attractions of the area from a tourism point of view were the spectacular coastal scenery, numerous antiquities and the angling facilities in a number of rivers. The only village deemed worthy of inclusion in the survey was Ballycastle itself.
The headings for the survey are listed below. Clicking on the heading will open the relevant section in the survey.