The Letterkenny Collection
The Letterkenny collection was designed and made in our own workshops.
Exclusively available at R. Mc Cullagh Jewellers Letterkenny. It depicted landmarks and events in and around Letterkenny.
River Swilly - Letterkenny is located at the mouth of the deep and lovely Lough Swilly. Vessels were piloted at Rathmullen, up Lough Swilly for the transit of the narrow, twisted channel of the the River Swilly
Dry Arch - The railway line used to run along an embankment and over a cut stone bridge, know as the Dry Arch. The origins of the name aren't known and one can only assume that people sheltered there from the rain and remained dry under the arch/bridge.
Hiring Fair - In the market square is located a poignant sculpture known as the "Rabble Children" a lasting testamet of years gone by when Rabble Days, or Hiring Fairs were held in Donegal.
St Eunnan's Cathedral - However you approach Letterkenny you are greeted by the tall spire of St Eunnan's Cathedral as it crowns the hill side town. The 19th century cathedral stands proudly over the town on the appropriately named Sentry Hill.
Polestar - This sculpture reflects Letterkenny's maritime history with its link to the old port. The Derry artist Locky Morris uses wood and galvanised steel to remember this busy and familiar landmark.
Fleadh Cheoil - Chomhaltis Ceoltoiri Eireann, this great national festival is held yearly, provides a show case for the best in local and traditional music.