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The Shannon Erne Tour starts in Carrick-on-Shannon, Ballinamore, Carrigallen, Dromod, Jamestown and returns to Carrick-On-Shannon in the end, with a distance of 92km (58 miles) approximately. Carrick-on-Shannon, the cruising capital, is home to the smallest chapel in Europe, while Ballinamore is an angler’s paradise with 40 lakes in a 10 km radius, and also the oldest genealogical centre. The Lough Rynn estate in Mohill features 100 acres of rare woodland and exotic walled ornamental gardens, whereas Dromod houses the Cavan and Leitrim Railway. Jamestown, in the and, and named after King James 1, was a walled and fortified city that still holds one of the gates until today.