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The unique 19th century railway-village of Greenore, Co. Louth. The Viking boatyard in the Irish National Heritage Park, Co. Wexford Ireland's largest native land mammal, the red deer

The options for presenting heritage can range from the provision of simple attractive signage to fullscale thematically-driven Visitor Parks. The emphasis should be very much on developing an interactive approach, creating a visitor experience rather than just an attraction.

Crane Bag can provide a full range of services, from initial research, concepts and design to supply of finished product, whether that be a waymarked trail, a schools-pack or a fullscale visitor presentation.

If you already have other material prepared, or in use, but are uncertain about accuracy, why not ask us to have a look? So much depends on the quality of your information: if this is not accurate or up-to-date, you will lose business and damage your reputation. Very often it is a simple and inexpensive matter to put things right.

Image location map indicating following text refers to top left image Bringing the past to life requires specialist knowledge and accuracy. This is the Viking boatyard in the Irish National Heritage Park, Co. Wexford.

Image location map indicating following text refers to top right image Heritage is also about townscapes and streetscapes, and the stories behind them. The unique 19th century railway-village of Greenore, Co. Louth.

Image location map indicating following text refers to bottom right image Ireland's wild places are unique. A sighting like this of Ireland's largest native land mammal, the red deer, is not easily forgotten.

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