St Comgall and monks at Bangor Monastery, County Down, c 560 AD.
© NRM / Pictorial Collection / Science & Society Picture Library
British Railways carriage print from the 1950s showing Bangor Monastery, the first British monastery, which was founded in County Down, Northern Ireland in AD 555. St Comgall (c 515-602), it's first abbot, is shown in a red robe instructing a monk, while others in the background are hoeing. Dimensions of print: 260mm x 510mm.