On Saturday 26 May 2018 some 33 ramblers enjoyed a lovely “C” walk along the track of the old narrow-gauge railway which ran from Creeslough to Burtonport. Built in the early part of the 20th century it operated until its closure in 1947.   Recently a section of the old line below the slopes of Muckish has been cleared  and made suitable for walkers. This 6 km route to the Falcarragh station passes along Lough Agher and cuts through rocky outcrops showing some of the engineering feats involved in the construction of the original railway. From cuttings to embankments and stone bridges, to spectacular views of unspoiled terrain, the trail is simply beautiful. To find this walk, turn off the N56 opposite the Doe graveyard, just on the north side of Creeslough. Drive for a few kilometres, past Muckish Sand and Gravel, and you will see the walkers signs on the left.