The next airfield was the location of a well known Parachute Club, Clonbulloge~Co Offaly
We checked in at the main clubhouse and permission was given to view both hangars, one on this side of the field, with the other across the runway.
It was a nice surprise to see both a Cypriot as well as a Dutch aircraft at this location.
We were also aware that a few wrecks were reported about the field in 2015 and indeed they were still here, in open containers.
My photographs at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157706218552921
Trip Airfield Albums https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums
Country Folders https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/collections
Old scanned photographs at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/collections/72157676555557434/
Noted between 1450-1510hrs
Parachute Club Hangar 1
EI-BIR Reims-Cessna F.172M C/n 1225 Private
EI-CDP Cessna 182L C/n 182-58955 Private
Other side of airfield
5B-CLY Pacific Aerospace 750XL C/n 194 Irish Parachute Club
Parachute Club Hangar 2
EI-BNK Cessna U.206F C/n U206-01706 Private
EI-AFE Piper J/3C 90 C/n 16687 Private
PH-JBR Cessna 208B C/n 208B-0762 Tessel Air
EI-BKN Socata MS.880B C/n 3035 Withdrawn from use
EI-BBJ Socata MS.880B C/n 2361 Withdrawn from use
including wings of EI-BKN (Fuselage in other container)
Photo credit: John Tomlinson