Coast Guard Station, County Kerry, Ireland

County Kerry is part of the province of Munster and is located in the South-West Region of Ireland. The County town is Tralee, and Killarney is renowned for its natural heritage, such as the Ring of Kerry. The Fenian army, in an uprising in 1867, attacked an isolated coastguard station and then moved toward Killarney.


Latitude: 52.278109500000
Longitude: -9.865043100000

Timeline of Events Associated with Coast Guard Station, County Kerry, Ireland

Date Event Manage
1 Feb 1867

Fenians attack coast guard

Irish Fenians attack a coast guard station in County Kerry, Ireland, seizing arms and attacking policemen; authorities prevent a similar attack by Fenians on Chester Castle in Western England.

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