Coolaney, from the Irish meaning “Áine’s Corner”, is a village in County Sligo.
Coolaney sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains with the river Owen Beg running through it, around which is a walk.
The remains of an old mill are located along the riverside walk, and the remains of the sluices under the mill can still be clearly seen, as well as the outfalls into the nearby river.
The village also has memorials to the 1916 Rising and to a local man who died during the Irish Civil War.
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