After an overnight stay in Maynooth University, walkers set off on their final day of the 2017 National Famine Way, travelling another 27km from Maynooth to their final stop at the Famine Sculpture in Dublin City Centre. The group was joined along the way by some friendly walker/waders (see below left),
The penultimate day of the 2017 National Famine Walk saw the international group continue on the next 27km of their journey from Longwood to Maynooth. With a grey sky in the background, the rain held off as walkers stopped along the way at Enfield and Kilcock Harbour .
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