Website : http://www.ballinamore.ie
Ballinamore (historically Bellanamore, from the Irish: Béal an Átha Móir, meaning “mouth of the big ford”), so named because it was the main crossing point of the Yellow River. It is a small town in County Leitrim, Ireland, located on the R202 regional road where it is joined by the R199 and R204. The waterway is known as the Ballinamore-Ballyconnell canal, built to link the Rivers Erne and Shannon in the 1840s. It reopened as the Shannon-Erne Waterway in 1994.