|Western People from 9th July 1980|
|Police car shot up at the scene.|
|5 and a half tonne of Kilkenny rock. It is a very|
fine Memorial Stone.
Henry Byrne and John Morley, two officers of the Garda Síochána, the police force of Ireland, were murdered on 7 July 1980 by alleged members of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) during a pursuit in the aftermath of a bank robbery near Loughglynn, County Roscommon.
|Flags for Roscommon, Sligo and Mayo plus |
the Irish Tri-colour and the flag of the Garda
|Police Brass Band doing the honours|
|A good crowd for the unveiling.|
|The old original plaque on the wall of Castlerea Garda Station.|
|A Memorial oak tree was planted by/for each|
of the families at the Ceremony.
|Manu (left) and Pedro (right)|
|Manu in the 'gear'|
|Tidying up the orchard.|
|Pedro's new 'best mate'? Pride.|
|4 'minders' for the gosling.|