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Glenoe

The village of Glenoe in County Antrim was one of the first tourist attractions in Northern Ireland, in the 19th Century. Jaunting cars - carts drawn by horses - brought tourists from Larne to visit the village which was and is complete with the obligatory waterfall. Now largely a backwater in the tourist scene, parts of Glenoe retain much of the village's original charm.