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Many thanks to Mr & Mrs Peter Higgins for facilitating this camera's location and to the Trim Athboy & District Angling Association for capitally funding its installation. The River Boyne (Irish: An Bhoinn or Abhainn na Boinne) is a river in Leinster, Ireland, the course of which is about 112 kilometres long. It rises at Trinity Well, Newberry Hall, near Carbury, County Kildare, and flows towards the Northeast through County Meath to reach the Irish Sea between Mornington, County Meath and Baltray, County Louth. Salmon and trout can be caught in the river, which is surrounded by the Boyne Valley. Despite its short course, the Boyne has historical, archaeological and mythical connotations. It passes near the ancient city of Trim, Trim Castle, the Hill of Tara (the ancient capital of the High King of Ireland), Navan, the Hill of Slane, Bru na Boinne (an archaeological site), Mellifont Abbey, and the medieval city of Drogheda. In the Boyne Valley can also be found other historical and archaeological monuments, like Loughcrew, Kells, Celtic crosses, castles, and more...