"lough Neagh with submerged petrified city, the Giant's Causeway," (U17.1975)
"Fort Camden and Fort Carlisle, the Golden Vale of Tipperary, the islands of Aran, the pastures of royal Meath, Brigid's elm in Kildare, the Queen's Island shipyard in Belfast," (U17.1977)

The shipyard on Queen's Island was formed in 1861 by Edward James Harland (1831 - 1895) and Gustav Wilhelm Wolff (1834 - 1913). Over the years, they built numerous vessels for the White Star Line, the first one being the Oceanic (1870). At the time of the great liners, over 15,000 people worked at the Belfast shipyard. The shipyard has built many types of ships continuously since then, the most famous being the RMS Titanic.
"the Salmon Leap," (U17.1978)
"the lakes of Killarney." (U17.1978)
Ceylon (with spicegardens supplying tea to Thomas Kernan, agent for Pulbrook, Robertson and Co, 2 Mincing Lane, London, E.C., 5 Dame Street, Dublin)" (U17.1979)
"Jerusalem, the holy city" (U17.1982)
"(with mosque of Omar" (U17.1982)
"and gate of Damascus, goal of aspiration)," (U17.1982)
"the straits of Gibraltar (the unique birthplace of Marion Tweedy)," (U17.1983)
"the Parthenon (containing statues of nude Grecian divinities)," (U17.1985)
"the Wall street money market (which controlled international finance)," (U17.1985)
"the Plaza de Toros at La Linea, Spain" (U17.1986)

La Linea was the demarcation line between Spain and Gibraltar (which belonged to Great Britain).
"(where O'Hara of the Camerons had slain the bull)" (U17.1986)
"Niagara" (U17.1987)
"(over which no human being had passed with impunity)," (U17.1987)
"the land of the Eskimos (eaters of soap), the forbidden country of Thibet (from which no traveller returns)," (U17.1988)