Boyne

Several terms incorporating the word "Boyne" include:

  • Boann, the Irish goddess after whom the river is named
  • Boyne River (disambiguation)
  • Boyne Falls, Michigan,
  • Boyne Resorts, a ski resort company in Michigan
  • Boyne Mountain, a ski resort which has the world's oldest chair lift
  • Battle of the Boyne, a battle in 1690
  • Brú na Bóinne, the Boyne valley
  • Boyne, Halton Region, Ontario
  • John Boyne, author
  • Peter Boyne, Australian Rules footballer
  • Walter J. Boyne, author and historian

Other articles related to "boyne":

Bridges Of Drogheda - Boyne Viaduct
... The Boyne Viaduct is a railway bridge that crosses the River Boyne in Drogheda, carrying the main Dublin–Belfast railway line ...
Boyne River (Michigan) - Impoundments
... The river system has three major impoundments The Boyne City Mill Pond within the Boyne City limits less than a mile from the river's mouth ... The Boyne City Mill Pond is not a true impoundment resulting from a dam on the river, but affects the river similarly in that itcollects sediments and provides a large surface area ... The reservoir formed by a hydroelectric dam owned by Boyne Resorts at 45°11′38″N 84°56′53″W / 45.19389°N 84.94806°W / 45.19389 -84.9 ...
Boyne Highlands
... Boyne Highlands is a ski resort in Northern Michigan located near Harbor Springs, Michigan ... It is now owned and operated by Boyne Resorts ... It is the sister resort of Boyne Mountain ...
Boyne River (Michigan) - Course
... Boyne River's mainstream is approximately 5.6 miles (9.0 km) long, from the confluence of the north and south branches at 45°10′53″N 84°55′12″W / 45.18139°N 84.920 ... The main branch flows northwest through Boyne City into Lake Charlevoix at 45°12′53″N 85°00′53″W / 45.21472°N 85.01472°W / 45.21472 -85.01472 ... The North Branch Boyne River is 5.9 miles (9.5 km) long and rises in Hudson Township in eastern Charlevoix County at 45°10′34″N 84°48′52″W / 45.1 ...