The Irish have a great love of the land. Yet Irish attitudes to the land have changed radically over the last fifty years. At one time the family farm was the core economic unit. Over time however, industrialisation and emigration changed the face of agricultural life in Ireland. The final installment of the series takes itself to the shores of Cork At the end of the 1950's Cornelius Verolme bought the Cork Dockyards in Rushbrooke, on the outskirts of Cobh and started building ships. 33 ships were built during the 25 year existence of the Verolme Dockyards and 1500 men were employed at its peak. The shipyard closed during the recession in the early 80's and no ship has since been built in the Republic.