Four Roads to Dublin: The History of Rathmines, Ranelagh and Leeson Street
O'Brien, 2001 - 256 σελίδες
A detailed and illuminating account of Dublin's most important eighteenth-century and Victorian southside suburbs, examining their rich layers of history, their growth and development, special features, famous inhabitants. The author lived in this area all her life and spent her time delving into old maps and records- and often preventing the destruction of beautiful features of the streetscape. The book is illustrated throughout with maps, photos and drawings.
Τι λένε οι χρήστες - Σύνταξη κριτικής
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Massacre at Cullenswood
A PLEASANT SQUARE AND LITTLE TERRACES
SANDFORD AND MARLBOROUGH
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Άλλες εκδόσεις - Προβολή όλων
19th century Anna Villa architect Battle of Rathmines became Beechwood Avenue bridge building built called Castle CHAPTER Charleston Road Commissioners cottages Cullenswood House Dartmouth Deirdre demolished Dodder Donnybrook Dublin Corporation Dublin Historical Record Dunville Avenue early Elm Park entrance front George grounds Hall Harcourt Street horses Irish architectural archive land Lane langan later Leeson Park Leeson Street Leinster lived Milltown Milltown Path Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant Avenue Mount Pleasant Square north side Northbrook Road Oakley Road old house Old Mount Pleasant Ordnance Survey Ordnance Survey map originally Ormond Palmerston Park Palmerston Road Pearse Portobello probably railway Ranelagh Gardens Ranelagh Road Rathgar Rathmines and Rathgar residents Roseanne Dunne Collection Sallymount Avenue Sandford Road shops South Richmond Street Swan river Terrace Thomas MacDonagh Toole's Nurseries tram Upper Leeson Street Upper Rathmines Valuations Office village William Willsbrook Yeats