The annual Killally Famine Graveyard Service of Remembrance was held on Sunday last with Fr Padraig Keenan officiating.
The restoration of the graveyard began back in 2002, with Killally Graveyard Association being heavily committed to the ongoing project.
In 2017, the group undertook to clear the old cemetery walls of trees, briars, ivy and weeds. Their hard work has revealed the need to rebuild the existing walls.
Killally Graveyard was originally the burial ground in Dundalk for famine victims of both denominations - catholic and protestant.
Killally is a unique historic cemetery in a peaceful location two miles from Dundalk, off the Ardee Road.