|description||3135|| Map 1880 3 Gun Emplacements Map 1939 4 Gun Emplacements (1), The original house dates from the mid-18th century. in 1834 John Cromie extended it. It recently served as a nursing home, closing in 2014. (1), "Derries" refering to the oak trees, see townland's name "Kilderry". O'Kelly has it as "Far Doire" (p. 83). (1), "Derries" refering to the oak trees, see townland's name "Kilderry". O'Kelly has it as "Near Doire" (p. 83). (1), "Explore the hidden country-side of County Monaghan." (1), "Middletown Centre for Autism designs and delivers training programmes cognisant of the needs of Parents, Education Professionals and those who traverse these groupings. " (1), "National Route 93 of the National Cycle Network is formed of sections of traffic-free route between Derry and Larne." (most of the route was de-designated in Summer 2020) (1), "Sale agreed" sign (1), "The Kilfane stream rising above Bram blestown and joining the Nore at Thomastown is called the Cuilithe" (O'Kelly p. 71) (1), "The Ulster Way Link Sections are not waymarked and mainly on public roads some of which can be very busy. Walkers are actively encouraged to make use of public transport along these sections" (1), "The memorial trail reflects in a maritime manner the experience of loss and the journey to recovery." (1), "This carpark is only for people visiting King Johns Castle" Open May-Sept 10:00 to 17:30 (1), "This ride is definitely for the more experienced cyclist. Recommended to only follow this route in good weather. Part of this route follows the Leitrim Way." (1), "This section of the trail is dominated by the Cuilcagh Mountains and the lake-lands of Lough Erne and Lough Melvin." (1), "This stunning 23-mile cycle route runs along the North Atlantic coast from Castlerock to the Giant's Causeway via Coleraine and takes in part of National Cycle Network Route 93. " (1), "Turfman" illustrates one of Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney's best known poems "Digging" (1), "offers cyclists a pleasant three or four days cycling around Lower Lough Erne." (1), "through the rural uplands of County Fermanagh" (1), #CaifeNaTra, @caifenatra (1), #fieldnames (1), #mapCork (11), (formerly Seomra Spraoi autonomous anarchist social centre) (1), (under construction Sept 2021) (1), ***UPDATE*** This path is now blocked by a housing construction project. South Dublin County could build a path along and across the M50 as there is a right of way, but it's currently blocked by a fence and dense tree cover.
Our Castle Place/Royal Avenue 3912 has been removed for the foreseeable future, this is due to the recent Primark fire and resulting security restrictions. Please use our nearest stations at Royal Ave/Castlecourt 3925 or City Hall 3902. (1), 10 turbines = 25.3 MW (1), 10€ fee for overnight parking of campers (1), 12 apartments planned, site notice dated 2019-08-27 (1), 127th Drumcondra Scouts (1), 14th century tower house built by deBurgo family. In ruins (1), 16 different departments, from Homewares and Furniture to DIY and Art Supplies (1), 17th Century Tower house (1), 17th century plantation house and farm (1), 1864-1923 (1), 1916 - 1966 (1), 1916 Commemorative Garden (1), 1939 Store (1), 19W TO CROOKLETS BEACH,UK (1), 1st Floor, over Honest to Goodness (1), 2014-09-01: Monkstown Community (#321-0200) + Newtownabbey Community (#321-0279) High Schools amalgamated. (1), 2018 water level dropped to this position. (1), 20°W TO CROOKLETS (1), 20°WEST TO SAUNTON SANDS,UK. (1), 20°WEST TO SENNEN COVE (1), 20°WEST-UNITY FARM UK (1), 220kV GIS substation (1), 23-hour, outdoor self-service laundry. (1), 23°WEST TO BREAN,UK (1), 24 hour self-service laundromat (2), 24/7 (1), 25m pool. 5ASide pitches, weights gym, sauna, steam room, Yoga, Water aerobics, swimming lessons. (1), 3ft deep stream (1), 4 km walk around Clare Lake, dog and child friendly. (1), 4 star hotel vith a great view of the lake (1), 5 glass containers (clear, green, brown), cans and clothes. (1), 5 life-size sheep around a pillar, signifying the farmers market held here for many years. (1), 5 upright Ogham pillars, Two water-rolled boulders, known as pulvinars, a cross slab and a bullaun (1), 54th/88th Dublin St. Michaels Scout Group (1), 5ASIDE PITCHES (1), 6000 year old semi submerged dolmen across the channel. (1), 7 X Soldiers Gardens (1), 96 high band antenna tiles (1), 96 low band antennas (1), ;Views of sea inlet into Youghal Harbour where the River Blackwater feeds into. Expanse of Sea to the South and South-East (1), A (1), A leading social and spatial sciences research institute in Ireland with a strong fundamental and applied research profile, an excellent record in knowledge transfer, and a long and successful history in graduate education. (1), A 'Noch' or 'Nock' is a thicket or overgrown piece of land, suggesting that this was once wasteland (1), A 'Nock' is a thicket or overgrown piece of land, suggesting that this field was once wasteland (1), A 2.5 km long beach which has great surf but is not suitable for swimmer’s due to shifting sand. (1), A 39km off-road walking and cycling route along a former railway line that connects Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale (2), A American style restaurant with pizza. (1), A Celtic hill fort (ruins, only an earth bank left) (1), A Local Norman landowner Robert Fitzrichard Balrain built an Abbey adjacent to a well on this site around the year 1334 and dedicated it to the Blessed Virgin Mary. (1), A PC shop (1), A beautifully restored city centre bar, located in the heart of the shopping and dining quarter of Limerick city. Modern drinks in a traditional setting. (1), A bit overgrown but still worth a visit, as it's so beautifully reconstructed. Park at the roadside and then walking past the two huts there's a narrow path down to the ringfort. The entrance is around to your right to the back of the ringfort. (1), A brewery that's part of the Boxty House production facility. (1), A coastal lime kiln right on the sea shore. Quarried lime was brought up the inlet on boats to be burned here. (1), A country lane known in Ireland as a Boreen (1), A deconsecrated Church of Ireland church estimated to be built in 1723. Sits on the grounds of a medieval graveyard (1), A dessert restaurant with ice cream,waffles, pancakes and more. (1), A diversion of the Cannistown River into the walled garden of Daraghville House (1), A drive-on (fee) beach operated by the National Trust. (1), A family were evicted from Bodal farm near Gowran and came to live at the house at this cross roads. They bought the Bodal name with them. (1), A field formerly often used for growing oats - hence Páirc a’ Choirce ( the field of oats) (1), A flat field (1), A former resident of the area describes it as a "circular earthwork" and the adjacent field used to be known as "Moat Field".. (1), A funfair with many rides and attractions (1), A historic estate which was home to the Ponsonby family from c. 1770 until 2008 (1), A horseshoe shaped pond (1), A leading centre for research in the field of Geocomputation, applying computational methods to large spatial data sets from acquisition to analysis, modelling and visualisation. (1), A life-size sculpture of a jaunting car, driver and horse. (1), A modern Stonehenge-like structure (1), A modern reproduction, this statue of the god Bacchus stands in the lake at the site of an original 18th century statue of Meleager, which is now preserved from the elements in the Walled Garden. (1), A monument to former Alderman Arthur Morrison. (1), A motte (1), A neighbourhood bar & kitchen located in the heart of Portlaoise. (1), A paddock type field used for holding cattle. it was never ploughed during the 1940s and 1950s but had been used for potatoes in earlier times. The ditches shown on the map had been removed by the 1940s. (1), A path once went through this field
(1), A rectangular enclosure. (1), A relatively modern limestone structure, illustrated in first Ordnance Survey map circa 1847 and described as a treshing mill. (1), A rocket pole used to stand at this point. It was part of a Rocket Life Saving Apparatus which was used to save sailors who had wrecked close to the shore. (1), A rough, informal path which is not longer used or visible . (1), A school for Spanish students to learn english (1), A series of walking routes which encircles Northern Ireland. (1), A shallow ravine filled by a stream where cattle would take water. The stream may have been artificially diverted here. (1), A small memorial dedicated to the memory of all those lost in Lusitania May 7, 1915. (1), A small playground was built here recently, it also has a football pitch beside it. (1), A statue of the Virgin Mary in the grounds. (1), A stream flows through the bog known as Ochalona stream (1), A style known as Black Stile was on the south boundary of this field (1), A tourist driving route that spans Ireland's scenic Atlantic coast (1), A triple arched open loggia in the northern border creates a cool room which was once lined with 18th century Antwerp tiles.
The tiling, in addition to being ornamental, further supports the concept of this room being designed to represent a Dairy and co (1), A twin stile (1), A twin stile connecting the two graveyards (1), A very steep field having aDrinkinh pool for cattle at the northern end (1), A windmill once stood on the south-western part of this field. It was demolished in the early 1900s. (1), A youth self-help organisation establish in 1990 in Derry. A multimedia arts centre along Derry’s walls with arts and live entertainment venue, hosting popular music, film, video, animation and interactive multimedia. (1), A2 cycle lanes (Sydenham Bypass). Mostly consists of cycle lanes painted onto the hard-shoulder. (1), AED mounted on central pillar of reception area, main entrance of school. (Alarmed) (1), AED outside pharmacy (1), AKA Gibson's Lane (1), AKA: Nenagh Road Cemetery (1), ALL MODULAR- 38kV Areva, 10kV NX+C (1), ALSAA Swimming Pool Complex (1), ALSAA sports complex parking (1), ATM located inside supermarket (1), ATTENTION: Only the Visitor center requires an entry fee.
The walks and rock formations can be visited for free. (1), Abandoned house (1), Above Ground Installation (1), Above Ground Installation;compressor-regulator (2), Access Road to Married Soldiers Quarters (1), Access at Leopardstown Lawn is via a narrow stile. (1), Access for residents and Irish Rail staff only (1), Access gate (1), Access to Council offices and Osprey complex (1), Access to Rathmore Clinic (1), Access to Spar via hatch to left of build entrance from 00:00-05:00, all other times full access available (1), Access to farmyard (1), Access to the island is only by written permission from Birdwatch Ireland, the area is a Nature Reserve (1), Access via guided tours. Tickets for guided tours can be purchased from the Hook Tourism tourist office. (1), Accessed from gate on High Street signed as 'Old Meeting House;. Keys available from Alexander Hanna's paint shop on Water Street. (1), Accessories, Home, Kids, Men, Shoes, Toys, Women (1), Accident & Emergency Room (1), According to Lankford there are also traces of an old church (1), According to O'Kelly, human bones and rude head-stones were unearthed here. Local knowledge states: An reilig is the cemetery, graveyard or resting place. It is in the townland of Kilcronagh which is part of Bramblestown. Kilcronagh is Cill Cronach in Ir (1), According to local oral tradition, this field is the site of lost Loughmeran Village. (1), Acupuncturist (1), Added Carrigan according to British War Office map. (1), Adjacent and parallel to L3213 road (1), AerLingus Staff Car Park (1), Aerial photo with description of all buildings in NUIM North Campus (2), Afro Carribean Store (1), Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant serving flame-grilled chicken in spicy chili sauce. (1), Aghamore not in 1911 census, but included to not leave encalve. (1), Agri products, hardware, garden, pet supplies, solid fuel, footwear, garden, clothing, gas (1), Agricultural shed for housing livestock and fodder. Constructed from galavanised steel. (1), Alan & Brian operates a scheduled service to Achill (Cloughmore) every Wednesday to collect the doctor. Visitors can also travel on this trip – the times differ from week to week so please call ahead to book.
They also provide a charter service to Achill (1), Alder and Birch Apartments (2), All inclusive (1), All live sport shown over several large screens.
Top DJs Friday and Saturday nights.
Live Music Sunday nights.
Great drink promos every night. (1), Allegedly, there is a tunnel from here to Kilkenny Castle. (1), Almost completely covered by pavement. (1), Also a B&B (1), Also called Meahan's Field (1), Also decribed as Cathaoir Carney na Bluida. Carney was supposed to be a giant (1), Also described as Clais (1), Also described as Gairdín Clover (The Clover Garden) (1), Also has a cafe. (1), Also known as Gairdín na Coulaí. Translates to The Field Of Small Ruins. It was supposed to have contained ruins of houses. (1), Also known as Road Field, the grove used to be in the Southwestern corner. (1), Also location of children's burial ground (unbaptised) (1), Amazon Logistics Ireland. Centre code DIS1 (1), An - The
Charraig - Rock
Mhór - Big
A channel/road was cut on the West side of this rock so that horse and cars could access sand at low tide (1), An Clasheen or An Claisin translates as a ditch or a furrow (1), An Foras Feasa, the Humanities Research Institute at Maynooth University, provides a vibrant research environment for funded projects from across the faculty, visiting fellows, degree programmes, as well as postgraduate students from the Faculty of Arts, (1), An Irish chieftain’s stone chair bearing the legend ‘Briseadh Ceann tSaile’ ‘The Battle of Kinsale’ stands at Millwater crossroads, once a strategic ford crossing at a mill complex on the road to Bandon about two miles from Kinsale (1), An Móinéarín = the little meadow (1), An Post green post-box fixed to the bridge at Drehid Crossroads. (1), An ancient Bronze Age standing stone. It was Christianised in 1675 when Johannes Healy carved "I. Healy" and a cross on the former pagan stone (1), An atmospheric spot for a relaxing drink. Bells Bar is a popular venue for both residents and the local community. Situated at the front of the hotel, it provides space, elegance and style. Sink and relax in our comfortable seating and enjoy a coffee with (1), An intermittent lough. It's original Irish name Loch Fuinseann means Lough of the Ash (tree) (1), An old archway still stands at the site. Legend has it that it was known as "Oliver's Arch" - perhaps a reference to Oliver Cromwell whose army were said to have camped here on their way from Gowran to Clonmel. (1), An old burial vault used by the Irish Volunteers to hold captured British soldiers, collaborators, and later common criminals during the Irish war of independence (1), An old name that the owners do not know the origin of. There was a dwelling in the field, where Walshs lived. A pier is still intact in the ditch. A shed was there in the 1950s. (1), Ancient pathway leading to St Bronagh's Church. Now in daily use. Not part of the Rostrevor MTB trails. (5), Angela Davidson Nee Meighan 1965 - 2005 (1), Animal Rescue Service (1), Annaghmurnin not in 1911 census, looks uninhabited on British War Office map. (1), Apartment Block (1), Apartments (1), Apparently an animal's horn (adharc)was found in the field when it was dug out (1), Apparently translates to The Small Old Field (1), Appears to be permanently locked. (1), Appears to be permanently open as of June 2016. (1), Apple orchard (1), Apple trees. Also contained bee hives at one stage (1), Architect's Office in Wexford (1), Architectural Bookshop and offices of the RIAI. (1), Ardcairn House is a student residence situated in the city centre of Dublin, Ireland. Perfect for young people studying at Tu Dublin Grangegorman, the building is only a short walk away from Trinity College, RCSI and DBS. Students will appreciate the clos (1), Ardlougher (1), Area Consisting of local townlands the village of gulladuff also being a parish (1), Area of low-lying wet ground planted with forestry. (1), Area to maintain shape of playing areas (1), Armada Ship (2), Art studio space, youth group and 'art school' for kids. (1), Arts and Craft Centre / Shop (1), As I have fixed a lot of the wrong spot heights from the original mountainviews import, I decided to name one for the craic (1), As well as being a holy well it was traditionally used by fishermen as a source of drinking water. Also reputed to have curative powers - most especially for ailments of the eyes. Partalán (Bartholemew) who was blind was believed to have had his sight res (1), Asian Fusion Restaurant & Sushi Bar (1), Asian street food (1), Asphalt path leading to steep steps down to beach, gate entrance to Tara Cove with outdoor shower between gates (1), Astro Turf Football Pitch/Basketball Court (1), At Shields Dental & Implant Clinic Limerick, patients are treated by the third generation of a family of distinguished dentists.
(1), At a well directly across the road from this rock, women used to wash their bare feet, and then put on their shoes on their way to Mass (1), At the north west corner of the restored Walled Garden the Shell Tower is a three storey, battlemented tower with single arched Gothic windows.
The lower rooms are decorated with shells laid in geometric patterns – presumably by the hand of a gifted lady (1), Attacked during the War of Independence. (19), Audio push button plays a recording of Seamus Heaney reading his poem "The Strand at Lough Beg" or recordings of the calls of local wetland birds. (1), Auditors and Auccountants (1), Aughrim Street Scout Cabin (1), Autism Friendly Shopping in SuperValu Dun Laoghaire takes place on Wednesdays from 18:30-20:00 (1), Automatic Cleaning (1), Available for summer rental - firstname.lastname@example.org (1), Aviary (1), Award Winning Lagoon (1), Award winning traditional Ristorante Italiano (1), Award-winning Gastro Pub and Tea Rooms located in the middle of the city. (1), Award-winning whiskey bar in the heart of Cork's Victorian Quarter. (1), B (1), BALLINSKER TO CROOKLETS BAY (1), BALLYGRAN TO WHITESANDS (1), BU2 TO IRELAND (1), Backstop net (3), Bakery, patisserie, cafe. 2018 Award Winner CAFE OF THE YEAR 2018 in Ireland. (1), Ballinaboola Forest Trails (1), Ballinakelly headstones (1), Ballinamallard to Londonderry (1), Ballinduff Castle
A Skerrett home in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is labelled Ballinduff Lodge on the Ordnance Survey maps though the 25-inch edition of the 1890s notes that it was in ruins by then.
Web: http://landedestates.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/prope (1), Ballydavid, Woodstown Lower (1), Ballyhitt farmhouse. This house was built around 1900 by Furlong, the builder of nearby Broadway, using mud bricks. The mud was collected in the marl-hole to the south, shaped into bricks and then heated and hardened in the kiln beside the marl-hole. (1), Ballyhornan to Peel (1), Ballymena to Randalstown (1), Ballymoney Showgrounds (1), Ballymore Eustace Loop (1), Ballynure to Glenarm (1), Ballysimon North Commercial Area (1), Ballyvoreen, Kilcop Lower (1), Bangor to Newtownards via North Down Coastal Path (1), Banqueting Hall (1), Bar and Lounge (1), Barn (1), Barnett Demense - Red trail options (1), Barnett Demense Blue Trail. For confident through to experienced mountain bikers. (1), Barnett Demense Green Trail. Aimed at beginners. (1), Barytes mining was carried out here from 1894 to 1979. In the site ther are ruins of the old buildings and of the cable way. (1), Basic layout of new access road and carpark for new college site. (1), Basketball court on the grounds of Drom National School. (1), Bat species information (1), Battle of Kinsale - Map 1 (1), Battle of Kinsale - Map 3 (1), Battle of Kinsale - Map 4 (1), Battle of Kinsale - Map 9 (1), Beach bye-laws are in place with horse riding and dogs prohibited between 11am and 6pm during the summer season. (1), Bealach is the Irish for pass. Good views of surrounding countryside. (1), Beann - a grammatical form of Binn - peak
tSídháin - fairy (Sí) mound
Fairy here means "na daoine maithe"/ "good people" not type with wings! Much feared and respected in Ireland, they were usually referred to indirectly in placenames. (1), Beautiful Fairy Trail in the park complete with a bench bridge and wishing tree and even it's own theatre (1), Beautiful Fairy Trail, starting at the little bridge over a stream flowing into the Shannon with a bench and dodie and wishing tree and also loads of fairy doors and fairy information and a little hut for fairy plays (1), Bed and Breakfast (6), Bed and Breakfast nestled on the banks of beautiful Lough Gill overlooking Parke's Castle with views to Knocknarea and the Lake Isle of Innisfree (1), Beech hedge (1), Began as an outlying farm on the original Ballydonarea House estate (which later became Greyfort), this house became known as Ballydonarea House once the new house called Greyfort had been built (late 1800s). (1), Belfast High School Playing Fields (1), Belfast to Newcastle (1), Belfast to Newry (1), Belfast;Swords (1), Believed to have been excavated to make bricks at the nearby brickworks starting in the 1700s. Shown on the 1838 Ordnance Survey map. (1), Belived to have a cure for sore eyes. Visited on February 1st. (1), Beltoy part of Glynn ED and Raloo ED in both 1901 and 1911 census. (1), Bench (1), Benches and flowers layed out for walkers to rest. (1), Bend on the road just before the road dips down the hill. Nice sea views in the distance (1), Bespoke Picture Framing Service (1), Betonklotz, weiße Fläche nach Westen (2), Bicycle signal within contra-flow lane (1), Bird species information (1), Birr - Portumna - Killimor - Loughrea - Galway (1), Birth place of artist Patrick Hennessy RHA. (1), Birthplace of artist James Barry, R.A. (1), Blacksmith's Cartwheel Mould (1), Blackwater (Avondhu) Way, Tipperary Heritage Way (1), Blessington Credit Union Roundabout (1), Block B: Mapped as Officers Mess 1880 & 1939 - 5 Rooms with center room interconnecting (1), Bloomfield Presbyterian Church is an evangelical church that seeks to know Jesus Christ and share His love. Bloomfield is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and part of the universal Church. (1), Blue Badge holders and staff only (1), Blue Inlet/Blue Cave (1), Boats were pulled up here in bad weather (1), Boggy land. Apparently a small bit of turf grew there (1), Bollard row preventing aircraft access to closed taxiway C2. (2), Bone Row Fishermen's Cottages (1), Bookmakers (1), Boundary estimated from street names in 1911 census. (1), Branch to N.I. (1), Brandon Point (1), Bray South Beach is a gently sloping, shingle beach which leads onto clear waters with some growth of seaweed. The beach is not overly exposed with Bray headland to the south. The Special Conservation Area of Bray Head and seawaters beneath provide rich h (1), Brewery, Shopping & retail, Pizza Place (1), Bridge over a natural restriction in the bed of the River Liffey. Exceptional views from this bridge. (1), Broadstone Hall is a student apartment building situated in the northern area of central Dublin, which is really close to all of the excitement of local restaurants, bars, pubs, museums and shops. The universities and colleges in the city can be reached e (1), Bronze sculpture Famine Family by Niall Bruton (1997) (1), Bronze statue of St. John Baptist De La Salle with an open book in his hand, teaching a boy sitting on the flour with a book on his lap. (1), Budds' Field was originally owned by a family of that name, they lived in a house in that field. The remains of the house were extant until the 1980s. (1), Build in 1919 by Jim Nicky Downey to house a steam engine and threshing set (1), Build in progress. Short slalom double-track to single-track with short tight corners into straight with large GAP JUMP. Difficulty - Severe. (1), Building in SE corner was used as an apple house and dove cote (1), Building used by Cuala (1), Built 1713, recontructed 1993 (2), Built 1776 (1), Built 2017-2018 (1), Built 2018-2019 (1), Built as a glebe-house for Church of Ireland ministers and stood on a glebe of 15 acres. (1), Built by Domhnall Ó Donnabháin some time after he was inaugurated in 1584. East wall destroyed by Cromwell's forces in 1649. (1), Built by Myles De Courcey in 1225. It was occupied by the Spaniards before the Battle of Kinsale. The De Courcey family lived here up to the early sixteenth century. The only remains today are the western wall and part of the north wall (1), Built by Patrick De Courcey and his brother Myles in 1230 (1), Built by Sir John Stratford in the 1770s, Woodstock House was designed by the architect Robert West who worked on many of the country’s great houses. The Tottenham family occupied the house in the late 1800s and early 1900s. (1), Built by the Walsh family in the mid 15th century. Extensive restoration work took place in 2004 (1), Built in 1805 as a response to the threat of invasion from Napoleonic France. Its function was primarily as a station for passing urgent messages from its neighbouring stations west and east or from ships at sea by line of sight readings to Dublin (1), Built in the 16th or 17th Century by the De Burghs (1), Built in the late 16th or early 17th century. (1), Built on the site of earlier chuch with local stone from Oileáin Molua/Horse Island. Famous for it's Harry Clark windows. (1), Bumper boats, inflatable slide, bungee trampolines, racing track, regular trampolines, bumper cars, merry go rounds, merry-go-rounds, waltzers, kids roller-coaster. Train & crazy golf are permanent fixtures, other attractions get dismantled for winter. (1), Bungalow built in the late 1970s. (1), Burnham House, is a detached seven-bay three-storey late-Georgian house, built c. 1800. 1 Originally the estate of Lord Ventry, it is now an Irish Language girls boarding school, Cólaste Íde. (1), Bus routes serving Maynooth University (2), Bus stop for all west bound Kearns buses (1), Bus stop for many bus companies (except Bus Éireann) e.g. Feda O'Donnell, John Mc Ginley, Northwestbusways, ... (1), Buses, taxis and Garda cars can use this section. (1), Business (32), Business Address For Local Professional Photographer MatthewPhotographs. (1), Business premises (2), Business registered on this address as a sole trader (1), Butterfly species information (1), Buys and sells video games, movies and electronics (1), Bán (grassland/meadow)
na (of the)
gColpaí (old Irish measure of land based on carrying capacity rather than area c. the grazing for 1 milch cow, sometimes anglicised to Collop) (1), C (1), CLG Eoghan Rua Cúil Raithin (1), COVID Temporary Toilets (2), CROOKLETS TO 20°WEST (1), CS100 (1), CS101 (1), CUS Sports Grounds (1), Cabhlachín = the small cabhlach (a ruined building). Also decribed (along with Séasúr an Iarthar) as the Claises by Lankford (1), Cabinteely Park Wildlife Project (1), Cafe with benches (1), Cafe, Bistro (1), Cafe, exhibition space, folklore resource (1), Café and tearooms (1), Caherconnell Multimedia Presentation (1), Caiseal (1), Call 999, located on the outside of David Simons Barber shop , opposite Cummins Funeral, Supermacs, Joanne Hynes Pharmacy and Centra. Located in a keycode protected cabinet, keycode on cabinet.
Protected by cctv cameras.
Email website after use (1), Called Ards Upper in 1901 census. (1), Called Articlare in 1901 census. (1), Called Portaferry ED in 1911 Census. (1), Called after previous owners, Fitzgeralds (1), Camp spot - Tent 10€ (1), Camphouse was a walled in area of about 5 acres with a lot of derelict stone buildings and with a laneway entrance from the main road. All the above were removed in the 1950s, when Rices Farm was sold. An old archway still stands at the site. (1), Canal Bar offers a tasty, appealing menu with a variety of nutritious freshly prepared dishes, daily specials and selection of dietary and vegetarian dishes, guaranteed to suit all tastes. (1), Canal access gate. (1), Cannon captured in 1854 from the Russians in the Crimean War. (1), Cappagh Pier dates from 1764. The depth of water in the harbour enabled larger vessels to berth here in the past. (1), Capstone from Dolmen with Tau Cross engraving on underside (1), Car Hire Return (1), Car Park (1), Cardiac Science: PowerHeart G3 (2), Care service type: Nursing home (1), Carmen Stegarescu 1963 - 2011 (1), Carne Beach - blue flag, swimming (1), Carne Beach is at the southern extremity of this bay, St. Margaret's Beach about half a kilometer to the north and Ballytrent Beach about a kilometer north thereof. (1), Carraig - Rock
a' (of) the
Chláir - Plank/Flat/Board (1), Carraig - Rock
a' - (of) the
Gallán - Standing Stone/ Pillar Stone (1), Carraig - Rock a' - (of the) Ráis - Race Rowing boats used this rock for racing - LG (1), Carraig - rock
Capall - horse
A horse used to stand here, looking out for long periods. (1), Carraig - rock Muslaí - mussels (1), Carraig-ín - rock of
Mór - an Irish female name anglicised as Martha (1), Carran Little not in 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave. (1), Carran and Mullanacaw not part of 1911 census, but included so to not leave an enclave (1), Carrigín - Little Rock
Thoir - North (1), Carrigín - small rock
Beal - mouth
na - (of) the
Trá - Beach
name given by PS (1), Castle (site of) (1), Castle View House is a beautiful house set in the charming village of Glenbeigh on the Ring of Kerry, and offers stunning views of Wynn's Castle, Rossbeigh Beach .The house is privately owned and has been built and finished to the highest of standards.
(1), Castlewellan part of Castlewellan ED in 1911, part of Newcastle ED in 1901. (1), Catering facility (1), Catholic Cross erected in Holy Year of 1950. (1), Cattle, Sheep, Donkey etc. (1), Cave attributed to Naoise O'Haughan, 18th Century highwayman (approximate location). Access currently very difficult. (1), Cca 650 m track through the Killeshin Waterworks Amenity Park (1), Cedar, Hawthorn, Elm, Ivy and Juniper Apartments (2), Centrally Located Family Run - Traditional Irish Bar and Restaurant With Weekend Late Bars and DJs. (1), ChaDeMo 50kw, CCS Combo 50kw, AC Type 2 43kw (1), Charleville NCT Centre (1), Chartered Accountants & Registered Auditors (1), Chief of Fermanagh, died 11 March 1600 (1), Child Care Center (1), Children's Playground (1), Childrens Burial Ground no longer in use, identified through GSGS 3906 maps (1), Childrens burial ground no longer in use but identified on TCD Historic Maps (1), Childrens graveyard now only visible from aerial imagery or on old maps (2), Chiselled into stones in the wall, not sure what it means. (3), Church ruin with two Ogham stones (1), Cillin (1), Circular Road Wildflower Meadow (1), Clachan (1), Clais means a fertile piece of ground inbetween hills and rocksThe Clais was the name given by the owner but it was called Páirc Fauchlann by somebody else (1), Clane Heritage Trail Plaque introducing the site (4), Classic, long-running fast-food chain known for its burgers, fries & shakes. (1), Claí - Ditch (fence)
Nua - New (2), Cleaning and Facility Management Company (1), Clones Parish Church (1), Clonmore (Clon More) added from 1901 census. (1), Closed (3), Closed Bank (1), Closed Down (1), Closed Monday except on Bank Holidays (1), Closes at 18:00 (1), Clothes banks for ClothesPod.ie, St. Vincent De Paul and Cork City Hospitals Children's Club. Recycling containers for green glass, clear glass, brown glass, drinks cans, food cans. Operator is repak / cork city council and the relevant charities. (1), Clothes recycling (1), Clothing store (1), Cloughjordan Community Co-operative supports local food and craft producers. It is an accessible and inclusive community space, run largely by volunteers. (1), Club House at Gowran Grange (1), Clydagh Bridge recreation area (1), Cnoc na gCuinín
(Hill of the rabbits) (1), Cnocans or little hills (1), Co-Location, Hosting services (1), Co-educational Catholic all-Irish primary. (1), Coffee & Smoothie Bar (1), Coffee Company (1), Coffee Machine. Lavazza Coffee. (1), Coffee Roastery (1), Coffee and Tea Shop (1), Coffee shop (1), Coimín na mBád (no Coimín na mBárd) = the Hollow of the Boats (or Hollow of the Poets?) (1), Coleraine Ladies Hockey Club (2), Collins Barracks (1), Colour Works is an award winning tattoo studio in Dublin. We provide a fun and relaxed environment for our clients, offering a huge range of styles. (1), Colourful horse. (1), Columbus Terrace North (1), Columbus Terrace South (1), Combination of metal bolt and chiselled mark. (1), Commercial Printer (1), Commercial salmon & arctic char hatchery.
Public planning web ref: http://www.eplanning.ie/GalwayCC/AppFileRefDetails/062480/0 (1), Commerical Zones SW of Mullingar Town (1), Common grounds for the commuinity of Ballyhaunis, especially during the end of summer festivals. (1), Commonage area (1), Community Orchard planted in 2017 on Local Authority Lands as part of Ennis Tidy Towns Biodiversity Initiative in collaboration with Garden of Eden Projects Ireland. (1), Community based sports club. (1), Computer Science faculty at Queen's University Belfast.
Computer labs, breakout spaces, project meeting rooms, Student Hub, and postgraduate offices. (1), Computer repair shop and internet cafe. Repairing laptops, desktops, smartphones, tablets and printers. (1), Concrete cross erected on the summit of the Devil's Bit in 1954, which was celebrated as Marian Year in the Catholic Church. (1), Concrete products supplier (1), Considered by some to be only a decoy with the real mass rock being located north of the forest. (1), Constructed 1910. Map 1918 listed as Soldiers Quarters 7 X 2 Blocks = 14 Houses + 1 X 7 Block Soldiers Gardens Map 1938 Permanent Buildings 20' Feet High X 2 Blocks with 3rd Block Soldiers Gardens outlined.
1994 Photo. Demolished between 2000-2005 (1), Construction company (1), Construction site for nursing home. Due to open 2023 (source: Kilkenny People Oct 2021) (1), Consult member of staff at reception, inside main door. Email website after use. (1), Consult member of staff at reception desk. Email website after use. (1), Consult member of the club.Email website after use. (1), Consulting Structural & Civil Engineers (1), Contemporary Art Gallery (1), Contemporary art gallery (2), Contemporary décor and friendly atmosphere, our restaurant is the perfect venue for you to enjoy a leisurely breakfast, lunch, or a sumptuous evening meal. (1), Control house for Samuel Beckett bridge (1), Converted from church into residential (1), Conway residential development, built on the former site of Conway House and Estate. (1), Copper Beech (1), Copper Mine Museum and Café. (1), Coppers Bar is a bar & live music venue in the heart Portlaoise
Live Music, DJ's, Signature Cocktails and Gin Serves. Coppers Bar is the idea venue to have a party, it can hold up to 200 people and has many booted and seated areas. (1), Corcreeny only part of 1901 census. (1), Cork (IE) - Dublin (IE) - Liverpool (GB) - Hull (GB) - Rotterdam (NL) - Nijmegen (NL) - Worms (DE) - Donau (AT) - Bratislava (SK) - Iwonicz-Zdrój (PL) - Border UA/PL (1), Cork Chess Club meets upstairs here, the Cork Bridge Club building, on Friday evenings from the start of September through to the end of May, from 8pm until midnight. (1), Cork Folklore project details on website. Also cafe and exhibition based on history of North cathedral;local history archive hub (1), Corran Integrated Primary School and Nursery (1), Cosmetic and General Dental Surgery (1), Could also be spelled 'The Coill Field' as in the Irish for a Wood but commonly know as The Kill Field (1), Could also refer to a kiln, according to neighbour, but she cannot remember any kiln ever being there. (1), Could it be phonetic for "Bán na tur" (The Tower Field) and in combination with The Old Street and The Old Garden hint at a vanished settlement? (1), Council employees only. (1), Courier Service (1), Courtesy Transport Zone 2 (1), Courts don't have nets. (1), Covered standing are for Tipperary County Camogie pitch. No seating. (1), Covered stream (1), Coworking space: https://talentgarden.org/ie/campus/dublin/ (1), Cozy and warm coffee and book shop. Perfect if you like to enjoy a warm beverage or delicious treats inside or outside. They also offer live music every once in a while till late night. (1), Cozy coffee shop at the ground floor,
Residential apartments at levels 2, 3 and 4. (1), Craggaunowen Castle was built by John MacSioda MacNamara around 1550. It is a typical example of a fortified Tower house which was the ordinary residence of the gentry at the time. (1), Craggaunowen is a 16th-century castle and an archaeological open-air museum. (1), Cramsie Court Sheltered Accommodation (1), Creche & Nursery School (1), Credit Union (1), Croftwell (1), Croftwell Drive (1), Croftwell Square (1), Cropmarks indicate the lost village (1), Cropmarks seem to indicate a platform which extends from the graveyard marked on the British War Office map (1), Cross Inscribed Stone (1), Cross made of rails. (1), Crosshaven Gaelic Athletic Association Club House formerly part of Historic Fort Camden Married Soldiers Quarters 4 X Buildings with drying ground to rear, Map 1880 and later repurposed circa 1910 as Fort Camden School for the married soldiers children. (1), Crossroads known by this, because of a lochán (small lake/pond) in field, but drained by the co. council. source JB (1), Cuas - Cove
na - (of) the
Finní Croch - (given as Grey Crow by MOS) (1), Cuas - Cove
na - (of) the
Theas - South (1), Cuas - Cove
na - (of) the
Thuaidh - North (1), Cuas - Inlet
a' - (of) the
Cuar - (Sea) Foam
Given as Cuas a Thúir (north One) by MOS (1), Cuas - cove
Dall - blind (1), Cuas = cove, crevice Leac = flat stone, flagstone English name due to Sisters of Mercy from Skibbereen Convent using this cuas during summer months during the 20th century. (1), Cuas Dearg a' Dúna means the Red Cuas/Cove of the Fort and lies at one side of an Iron age fort (1), Cullenstown beach is a southerly facing sandy beach located immediately west of where the River Muck enters the sea. (1), Culvert (1), Currently Building outline visible. Formerly listed as Royal Engineers Store - map dated 1880 A Weigh Bridge was installed .here some time later for weighing Army Trucks. Map dated 1939 :. Shows a Weigh Bridge House in the bottom left corner, (1), Currently Crosshaven GAA Clubhouse and Pitches Map 1881 Married Soldiers Quarters Map 1939 Hut and Tennis Court (1), Currently Exhibition Rooms. Originally Soldiers Quarters - map dated 1880 - with Guard Room, Lock Up, Cells & Artillery General Store. By 1939 room uses included a Drying Room, Washroom, Cook House, Store & Dining Room with Barrack Rooms and Hospital (1), Currently In disrepair. Map 1880: Canteen and Saw Pit. Map 1939 Coffee, Canteen Hut, Kitchen, Bar, Grocery Bar and Coal Store. (1), Currently Restoration Workshops. Map 1880: Soldiers Quarters, Later Ablution Room, 2 X Barrack Rooms (Men) and Dining Room mapped 1939 (1), Currently Tearooms. Map 1880: Soldiers Quarters. Map 1939: Married Quarters, 2 x Reading Rooms, Billiard Room, Bar, Larder, Store, Kitchen, Sergeants Mess, Soldiers Latrine, Ablution, General Latrine. (1), Currently in a state of disrepair. In a map dated 1881 this Building housed Stables & a Skittle Alley, By 1939 a Fuel and Oil Store had replaced the Skittles & Rope; Paint and Bedding Stores replaced the Stables. (1), Currently undergoing restoration/remodeling (1), Cushlake Mountains added according to 1901 census. (1), Cycle route along A55 Outer Ring linking A2 to A20. Mostly consists of shared footway. (1), Cycle route along the A55 outer ring. Mostly consists of shared-use footways. (1), Cyclists must follow the route in an anti-clockwise direction, in accordance with the waymarkers. (1), Cúl na gCloch would probably be the correct grammatical form of the name. (1), Cúr - Foam/Froth
Ard - High
During stormy weather sea foam blows off this point. (1), DAA Gardening Section (1), DAA Offices (1), DIY, Builders Merchants, Bathroom and Plumbing Suppliers, (1), Dairy Farm (1), Dates from the 1790s. Was taken out of use by the Church of Ireland in 1990. Acquired by the Montpascal Foundation and renovated. Available to the community as a meeting hall, gallery and available to rent for private events. (1), Dead (3), Dedicated to the men and women of Ireland who left their native land, starting with the Flight of the Wild Geese in October 1691. Erected 1991. (1), Deep water near the shore (1), Deerpark Demesne Wall (3), Definitely closed (1), Dennehy's Health & Fitness Blackpool. Corks first multi site commercial gym. 3 gyms, one membership! (1), Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (1), Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection local office (1), Depicts St Brigid Feeding The Poor.
February 1977, Stonework by Paddy Brangan (1), Derelict (1), Derelict house now used to house animals. Once the home of a man named Jimmy Russell, a bachelor who died in the late 1980s. (1), Derelict in a state of disrepair. Intended use: Decommissioned Exhibition Display Area. Previously Royal Engineers Workshop - map dated 1880 and Woodworking Shop, Plumbers Shop and Storage - map dated 1939 (1), Derryree and Lisnakea Barnhill not in 1911 census, but inlcuded to not leave an enclave (1), Derryshandra not part of 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave (1), Described by Lankford as "Field - the yellow hump" (1), Describes the now-demolished Ardreigh Mills, which stood nearby and closed in 1925. (1), Description and history of Burnchurch Castle (1), Design, Homeware & Craft Shop (1), Designated Footpath 59 (1), Designated Off Leash Area (1), Designed and installed by students of LYIT (1), Designer Shoes & Handbags (1), Detached three-bay single-storey house, built in 1803, having two-storey return to the rear (south). This house was originally built by a branch of the Handcock-Temple Family of nearby Waterstown House and was later the home of R. Cuppaidge, Esq., in 1837 (1), Detached three-bay two-storey house, c.1840, with large two-storey L-plan extension to rere. Roughcast rendered walls with smooth rendered base course. Timber sash windows to front, timber and uPVC windows to sides and rere. Projecting central flat-roofed (1), Detailed information about the origins, history, and wildlife of the fen (1), Dicey Reilly’s microbrewery is located in an old coach house where the horses were kept pre-1900. The microbrewery makes a number of small-batch vegan-friendly beers. (1), Digital storage, SD cards, Flash, USB (1), Dinner is served in grain & grill restaurant every day. The menu includes options to suit all tastes prepared from local and Irish produce. Our restaurant has stunning views of the historic city walls and convivial atmosphere for relaxed dining. (1), Directly across from Carrig na mBan. It was traditionally used by women to wash their feet before putting on their shoes on the way to Mass. (1), Discount supermarket chain specialising in own-brand groceries and Irish produce. (1), Disused (1), Disused Blacksmith's Forge (1), Disused Burial Ground and probably a church. Possibly was the centre of a parish between Gleann Bearcháin and An Chraobhach in the middle ages. Cill Chluaine was anglicised to Kilcloonagh in some sources (1), Disused public toilet (1), Dodie tree - part of Aggie's Fairy trail , with loads of hanging dodies (pacifiers, dummies') from it. Presumably when children are ready to part with them they leave them to the fairies (1), Dollymount Strand is the closest large beach to Dublin City Centre and is situated on North Bull Island, a coastal sand spit located in Dublin Bay. Dollymount Strand is a sandy beach that runs from the north Bull wall to the northern tip of the Island. Th (1), Dominant trees are Hazel and Birch with some Ash, Oak, Rowan, Grey willow and Alder. Coppicing of hazel carried out. (1), Dominick Place is a residence accommodating 320 students. The building features studios and en-suit bathrooms with a convenient LUAS stop right outside, providing residents with convenient access to RCS, Trinity College, DIT and DCU. (1), Don Bosco House, 57 Lr Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9
This is a hostel for young people in difficulties who are given professional care and attention. The service is funded by the Health Service Executive. (1), Don't know translation (1), Don't know translation. Two fields had this name (2), Donegal Corridor Memorial (1), Donegal to Ardara (1), Donnydeade (1), Double Ramparts (1), Dr Farnan and Partners (1), Dr Robert Killane (1), Dr Simpson & Dr Beattie (1), Dr. Burns & Partner (1), Drinks cans (1), Driveway of Kilvilcorris House. Lined with trees on both sides. (1), Drom Parochial House, constructed in 1847. Refurbished in 1988. Residence of the Catholic Parish Priest of Drom & Inch. (1), Dromintee Gac (1), Drumcondra Football Club (1), Drumnameel not in 1901 or 1911 census. (1), Drumsheeny and Tonyhamigan not part of 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave. (1), Dry Cleaning and Laundry service (1), Dry valley (1), Dry well; covered up to prevent lambs from falling in in the mid 20th century. Pattern still held. (1), Dubh - black (1), Dublin Food Co-operative Society Limited is a consumer co-operative founded in 1983 and based in Kilmainham, Dublin, with a focus on organic and wholefood products. (1), Dublin Motor Tax Office (1), Dublin to Lytham (1), Dug by Time Team Season 5 episode 7 on the expectation to find the early monastic site. (1), Dug out in the 1930s or 40s for making flax. There is a farmhouse there (1), Dun Laoghaire Motor Spares (1), Dungiven - Swanns Bridge (1), EGAD Newtownards 128.300 MHz (1), ESB Building (1), ESB training area for climbing pylons (1), Earthen ring fort (1), East Munster Way, Blackwater (Avondhu) Way (1), East Munster Way, Blackwater (Avondhu) Way, Tipperary Heritage Way (2), East Munster Way, Blackwater Way (1), East Munster Way, Tipperary Heritage Way (2), East bound (1), Ederney Community Fitness Area includes outdoor machines for all ages (1), Ederney floodlit training pitch. Developed 2015 (1), Eel Fisherman Monk with eels and eel spear (1), Emergency Access Gate (3), Employment law solicitors Dublin are among the most experienced lawyers in Ireland. We have dealt with cases involving unfair dismissal, discrimination, and other workplace related disputes etc. (1), Enclosed Moravian cemetery, c.1750, with roughcast rendered boundary wall and rock-faced granite ashlar entrance gateway having cast-iron gate in pointed opening. Carved name plaque above. Axial path within, with flat, square stone grave markers. (1), Enclosed Moravian cemetery, c.1750, with roughcast rendered boundary wall and rock-faced granite pedestrian entrance gateway having cast-iron gate. (1), Enjoy a delicious carvery lunch at the Village Kitchen, renowned for its consistent high quality and finest selection of food, beautifully prepared by our experienced chefs. (1), Enjoy a walk through mixed woodland at Nugent's wood. (1), Enjoy the relaxed private ambiance of the restaurant. Our evening menu has something for everyone, with a range of choice from including surf and turf, spinach and broccoli penne pasta, Irish Hereford 10oz sirloin steak, Irish chicken supreme and more. (1), Ennis - Cliffs of Moher - Doolin - Kinvara - Galway (1), Enniskerry to Townsend Street (1), Entrace to Portadown train station. (1), Entrance not currently in use. (1), Entrance to Mountsandel Forest (1), Entrance to Osprey Hotel (1), Entry Only, by code or tag (1), Entry to residents and visitors only (1), Equestrian centre (1), Erected in the 1970s according to the farmer, no plaque or anything on site. (1), Eshcleagh not in 1911 census (1), Established by a Kinsale lady, Kathleen Cait Murphy who worked as a nurse for over 30 years in New York City. There is a tree for each of the Fireman who died, as well as one for the Chaplin Father Michale Judge who was a friend of hers (1), Established in 1869, Kavanagh's is the longest family run pub in Portlaoise. For over 140 years Kavanagh's has been serving the people of Laois with the highest standards while continually evolving the pub to meet the ever changing needs of our customers. (1), Estimated from street names in Census 1911. (1), Ethnic food supermarket (1), Europa entrance border control (1), Europa exit border control (1), European Tree of the Year 2020 (1), Europort Business Park
EBP04 & EBP04a (1), Europort Business Park EBP01 (1), Europort Business Park EBP02 & EBP03 (1), Europort Business Park EBP05 (1), Exams Office, Exam Centre & Architecture Factory (1), Excellent well preserved doubled-ringed ringfort (1), Exclusive one to one haircuts (1), Exit Only - automatic (1), Extention mapping needs to be fixed (1), External wall of the soccer changing rooms in the car park. 2nd building on the left as you enter the main gate.
Email website after use. (1), F (1), Factory providing Rotary Diecutting and Diecuts (1), Faill - Cliff
Bhróighe - Shoes (1), Faill - Cliff
a' - (of) the
Tónacáin - Moving on one’s bottom
Name probably comes from the art of collection eggs from sea bird nests (1), Faill - Cliff
na - (of) the
mBairneach - Limpets (1), Faill - Cliff
na - of the
Seabhach - Hawk
Locals say these are the highest cliffs in Co. Cork (1), Faill - cliff (1), Faill - cliff
Bhach Iodhna - meaning unknown EL (1), Faill - cliff
na - of the
Cág - crows (1), Faill - cliff
prataí - potatoes (1), Fairy ring / ringfort (1), Fake Thatched cottage (1), Family Owned Vape Shop (1), Family Phelan emigrated to New Zealand, but name still remains in the field. (1), Famous for our selection of quality wines, world and craft beers. We have an exceptional range of premium gin, vodka, Irish & world whiskey. (1), Farm access track (22), Farm access track - No through way (1), Farm and forestry access road (4), Farm land access. Accomodation bridge (1), Farmer prounces it "bawn an eeshk" and interpreted it as "Field of the fish". The surveyor suggested "uisce" rather than "iasc", to which the farmer responded that that could be possible, because there used to be a well in the field. (1), Farmer recalls his father taking his three years old brother in the 1950s into the field which was covered in rushes and flaggers (yellow iris). The rushes were growing so tall that the father lost sight of the boy. (1), Farmers market twice weekly (1), Farmers not sure about spelling, pronounciation is "moon lock" (bog lake?).. (1), Farmstead circa 1830s. (1), Farmyard Access (1), Fast-Food Fried Chicken Chain (1), Feagh added according to 1901 census. (1), Fee reimbursable when buying > £5 of food from Wetherspoons. (1), Ferry tickets (1), Field name given by DOD. (1), Financial Planners (1), Find location was near Shankill, Co. Kilkenny in 1970. Authenticity is doubted. (1), Firs and Ballynabrannagh not in 1911 census, but included as to not leave an enclave. (1), First floor by KFC (1), First floor near the carpark entrance (1), First municipal waterworks for Galway City, built in the later 19th century and early 20th century (1), Fish species information (1), Fishermen traditionally pulled their boats in here for shelter during bad weather (1), Fishing rocks (1), Fitzpatrick Bar & Off Sales - Established 2021. Belfast's newest family run Pub, situated just 5 minutes from the City Centre. (1), Five fields here are known as The Meadows (4), Fixed tank (1), Fixed to the wall of the Cottage at highway markings. (1), Flat area of grass for use of the public (1), Flora species information (1), Follows the glen past Moat Hill and down to the Piggery (1), Food, Accommodations and camp site at the water site. (1), For Adelboden Lodge (1), For sale 2021-11-08 (1), For sale Nov 2021 (1), For tents, caravans and camping-cars (1), Forestry entry / exit point (2), Forestry road (3), Formed during World War II when Nazi aircraft inadvertently dropped bombs on the park, forming the crater which is now filled with water. (1), Former Applegreen petrol station. It is still open for business, but no longer partnered with any chains. Petrol and diesel are no longer available at this location. (1), Former Bishop’s Palace built by Bishop de Ledrede. (1), Former Butter Exchange, recent use as craft centre but currently derelict. (1), Former Cafe Comino (1), Former Central Telephone Exchange (1), Former Christian Brothers' residence. Now fully boarded up pending redevelopment of neighbouring site. (1), Former Clonaslee Church of Ireland (1), Former Customs House (1), Former Harland & Wolff Headquarters Building & Drawing Offices (1), Former Mill Office (1), Former Primary School (1), Former Railway Station (1), Former Seminary and Chapel. Nineteenth-Century Gothic Revival.
(1), Former Slate Quarry (1), Former Smurfit Print Works (1), Former coastguard station (1), Former firing range (1), Former location of the mansion of Sir Richard Shee. (1), Former lock keeper's cottage, at lock 8; listed Grade B1. (1), Former portions of Sustrans National Cycle Network route 99 & Regional Route 20, de-designated by them in Summer 2020 because they're on-road. Some signage may still remain. (1), Former énergie fitness club (closed 2017) (1), Formerly The Hilltop Bar (O' Dwyer's), a public house. House dates from the nineteenth century (1), Formerly known as Hanover Tyres (1), Formerly mapped by Sustrans as a 'National Cycle Network link route' (1), Formerly marked on Sustrans' National Cycle Network map as a 'national cycle network link route', although frankly there was nnext to nothing on the ground in terms of infrastructure or signage to indicate this. (1), Formerly marked on Sustrans' mapping as a 'National Cycle Network link route' but there was no special cycle infrastructure on the route, nor any signage whatsoever. (1), Formerly part of Sustrans NCN93, de-designated by them Summer 2020 on safety grounds. (1), Formerly shown as a 'National Cycle Network link route' on Sustrans' National Cycle Network mapping, declassified in Summer 2020 (1), Formerly shown on Sustrans' mapping as a 'National Cycle Network link route' (1), Formerly shown on Sustrans' mapping as a 'national cycle network link route' (1), Formerly the Big Field. (1), Foundations of the demolished Keel Monastery in Ahiohill. (1), Founded by Walter De Burgh, Earl of Ulster. A monastery of the Dominican or 'Black' Friars. In ruins but in State care. (1), Founded in 1991 at this site, YIFM was a local film club for teens. YIFM now works with over 1500 young people across Ireland annually in schools, summer camps, after school workshops, local training initiatives and as a national network. (1), Four fields in a row have this name.Translates as Hanley's Fields Apparently they are part of Bawnishal as they were let by the landlord to a family from Bawnishal called Hanley (4), Four graveslabs on the ground, one plaque on the wall (1), Fox Covert (1), Franked Mail Only (1), Free Campsite with picnic tables (1), Free Wifi (1), Freestanding limestone triumphal arch, built 1813, transplanted to Custom House Quay from Amiens Street in 1998. Ashlar walling with plinth, impost course and with moulded string course to parapet level. Arch elevations proper set back slightly from ... (1), From Hollywood to Glendalough. St Kevin's Way follows in the footsteps of St Kevin through the hills of County Wicklow to the valley of Glendalough where he stayed the rest of his life. (1), Fuel Farm (1), Fuinneog - Window
Chreach - (1), Function rooms, bar, coffee shop, outdoor terrace (1), G (1), GAA Ball Net and supports (2), GNSS Continuously Operating Reference Station and Public L1 RTK Correction Feed. URL: 220.127.116.11 Port: 9090 Corrections output format as RTCM3 Contact: email@example.com Info: https://blogs.qub.ac.uk/gis/2018/11/30/where-am-i-now-developing-an-open-rtk (1), Gaelic Football and Hurling (1), Gallowshill Dungarvan County Waterford is a large defensive motte or earthen castle site possibly dating from around the 12th century. (1), Galway - Kinvara - Doolin - Cliffs of Moher - Ennis (2), Galway, Merlin Woods, Main route from Coillte Mhuirline through to back entrence to Merlin Park Hospital (1), Garda Barracks (1), Garden Centre (2), Garden Room (1), Garden surrounding residential building. (2), Gardiner Monk with basket of vegtables and spade (1), Garraí - garden (2), Garraí Fáinleóige = the field of the curlew (1), Gate barrier allows access for pedestrians and cyclists but only over rough ground. It was installed to stop vehicles gaining access to the bog to dump waste such as tyres, paints, white goods... (1), Gate house (1), Gate lodge at the entrance to Inch House. Currently vacant. (1), Gate open during periods of Church activity (1), Gate to enter Ballinakelly Wood, open access (1), Gates to Castletown Demesne (1), Gave its name to the surrounding field as "Huntsman's House Field. (1), Gave its name to the townsland, i.e. Carrigeen meaning "little rock". (1), General Practice.
Visitors welcome. To make an appointment, paste in the link below to your searchbar
https://10to8.com/book/vonrul-free (1), General convenience store with farm stuff store at the back. (1), Gents (1), Geological gem of a beach. Pnk surface is composed of dry and sun-bleached algae. Very rare! (1), Geschützter Ankerplatz (1), Ghost bike in memory of Thiago Cortes, 28, struck on August 31, 2020. (1), Girl on horse. (1), Glasmore (1), Glass and clothes recycling centre (1), Glenariff Mountains and Lemnalary Mountain townlands not in census 1911 (1), Good field for crops (1), Good field. Lush and green (1), Goods In and Out for COVID (1), Gore's Island only in 1901 Census (1), Gort - field
geata - gate (1), Gort - field
na - of the
Feochadán - thistles (1), Gort - field
na - of the
Garraí - garden (1), Gort - field
na - of the
móna - bog (1), Gortgonis Sports Complex And Coalisland Day Care Centre (1), Got its name as a priest came out in landlord times to help locals and owner to plough the field (1), Got its name as pheasants were put here. Castlehaven National Schools Collection gives the name as Carraige an Áit (1), Gothic-style Hindu arch. Former gate lodge. (1), Gourmet Sandwich Bar (1), Graffán was for making ridges in a field. Also listed as Móinteán Lee by Lankford but Grafín more likely as it was given by the owner. (1), Grain & Grill bar & restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, we pride ourselves on offering great food with friendly surroundings. (1), Grain and Grill Bar at the Maldron Hotel Limerick offers a friendly and cosy atmosphere to relax and enjoy a drink with friends or colleagues (1), Greek & Cypriot Restaurant (1), Green Gym here consists of 7 multi-function stations:
* Chest Press/Seated Row
* Fitness Bike/Hand Bike
* Leg Press/Oblique
* Lat Pull Down/Shoulder Press
* Dips/Leg Raise
* Cross Trainer
* Triple Step Up/Bench (1), Green area with few benches by the river (1), Green buoy (1), Grim and silent the old mill stands, Where business once was brisky, For far away to foreign lands, They sent their famous whiskey (1), Ground floor near the St. Patrick's Street Entrance (1), Ground floor retail units, with apartments above (4), Ground level is still "outdoors" and part of the cemetery. Top level is a modern extension following the original pre-Reformation footprints of the church. (1), Group of residential settlements and agricultueral use buildings (1), Grow house for horticulture business (1), HQ of Genealogy Society of Ireland
erected 1804 (1), HSE Civil Registration Service (1), Hair Dresser (1), Hand operated water pump (1), Handel’s Hotel is located on Fishamble Street, the fish market of the original medieval city. Thankfully the smell of fish is long gone but we’re still at the heart of things. The River Liffey is 100 metres away, 1000 year old Christchurch Cathedral is ac (1), Harbour Square Roundabout (1), Hardly a path (1), Has been known as this since landlord times. There is a house there now (1), Has been part of a larger field since sometime in the 1900s (1), Has removable flood gates. (5), Haybarn (1), Hayshed for storing hay, animal fodder and machinery. (1), Head Office (1), Headland and southernmost point in Ireland. (1), Headland. (1), Health Centre and Out of Hours Doctor service. (1), Health centre operated by the Health Service Executive (1), Hendron's (1), Here lie also the remains of her sons Michael Banim Postmaster Kilkenny, Novelist (1), Here lies the boiler section of the steam drifter Maryland, which brought food to Kinsale from Cork during the Irish Civil War. This became necessary after the Anti-Treaty side cut off overland access to the town for a time (1), Hgh vault (1), High Performance Showjumping Centre (1), High peak of rock (1), Highest Pub in Ireland (1), Highfield Park is a popular campus accommodation for students in Dublin with plenty of green space. The building is in close proximity to Trinity College as well as Grangegorman Campus. The campus actually offers a wide range of choice from townhouses and (1), Historic Camden House formerly Fort Camden Marrierd Officers Quarters (1), Historic Children's Burial Ground (1), Historic Childrens' Burial Ground (2), Historic Woodland which dates to a least before 1727 as it is marked on O'Donovan estate maps. Given as An Leaca Riabhach in the Schools Collection.
Leaca - slope or hillside
Riabhach - streaked, grey (1), Historic local pub in Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary. Serving since 1918. Home to the Fairgreen Cafe. (1), Historic placename meaning Rock of the Boats Across (the way). Some of the rock now obscured by foreshore development of steps and retaining wall (1), Historic pub on colourful Strand Street in the centre of Dingle town. Old style bar and terraced beer garden.
Parties welcome, ring for booking info. (1), Historic site of Golf Two Zero Observation Tower (1), Historic, state of disrepair (1), Historical information about the Kinsale Infantry Barracks which was on this site (1), Historically one field, now cut by the motorway. (1), Historically the Formal Gateway to Rathfarnham castle, this 18th century triumphal arch is attributed to Henry Loftus, Earl of Ely. The arch is named the new gate on Frizell’s map of 1779. After the division of the estate in 1913 the arch became the entra (1), History of Teresa Bryton (1), Holiday home (1), Holy Well (1), Holy Well & statue of BVM (1), Holy well linked to St. Cuana
Parking, seating and alter (stone table) (1), Home of J. Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line, which owned the RMS Titanic. Burned down by the IRA in 1922 and rebuilt in 1925. (1), Home of the Insight Community Bike scheme (1), Home, Leisure & Garden (1), Home, gardening, DIY, and building supplies shop. (1), Homeless shelter operated by Dublin Simon and the Salvation Army (1), Horse (1), Horse racing has been synonymous woth the pocal area since a horse won the Irish Derby in 1902. (1), Horse trail car park (1), Hotel Set-down (1), Hotel/Restaurant (1), House (1), House or Shed, stone construction no roof (1), House or shed in ruins, Stone construction: Roof gone (1), House was built by land-owning priest for his brother suffering from tuberculosis as a sanatorium. New owner took down glass walls to build greenhouse. (1), House/Bungalow (18), Houses CRY 104FM, Foróige Youth Centre, Youghal Community Based Drugs Initiative (1), Housing Estate (1), Housing estate (1), How the fen was restored and is being managed (1), Huf Haus design company (1), Hugh Carpenter occupied the land at the time of the Griffith Valuation (p. 89). (1), Hulk of "The MV Plassy", shipwrecked on 8 March 1960 (1), Humbert landing in 1798 (1), Hunter Monk with rabbits, a ferret, and a trapping net (1), Huntly Wood Car Park (1), I'm not exactly sure if there's a coherent destination for this 'route', but it is a collection of new connected infrastructure (1), IT Services and Computer support company (1), Ice House (1), Ice creams, coffe, crepes and milk shakes (2), Identified in logainm as Killydonoghoe, logainm 9641 (1), Illustrated guide through geological history (1), Image of David Bowie. (1), In 2009, an 18-metre (59 ft) fin whale stranded and subsequently died on a beach in Courtmacsherry Bay, after becoming disorientated and lured by unusually high tides. The whale's skeleton is now on display in the public park (1), In Edith Somerville's writings, she mentioned men were working here when the castle fell.
Alt spell given by ES in 1946 (1), In bush - Not very visable (1), In commemoration of all who fought and worked for the establishment of the Irish Republic 1916-1921 (1), In ruins (4), In runis (1), In the checkouts area of Supervalu (indoors) (1), In the times of open air dancing, the stage was erected in this field. (1), In this section the Mass Path is also known as the Sally Walk (1), Includes Post Office (1), Indian cuisine (2), Indian takeaway (1), Indian, Pakistani Grocery & Halal Meat (1), Infant Burial Ground identified on GSGS 3906 maps (1), Infant Burial Ground no long visible, but identified through old maps (GSGS 3906) (1), Info about history of Maynooth (1), Informant JOD gave information that it might be named after a ruin that was on the site. Popular name for ruins in the local vernacular.
Cabhlach = ruin
Pronounced as cowloch (1), Information about Carrigadrohid Castle (1), Information about Stump of the Castle Forest and the Avonmore Way (1), Information about Thorpe's Well and associated wildlife (1), Informations about wildlife in Rye Vale&Leixlip History (1), Inscription: "Pray for the soul of William Connell and his wife Catherine Coyne and their son Edmund Connell and his wife Sarah Eher, John Connell and his wife Margaret Francis. 1693 (1), Inside the school, enter through main doors, go to the general office on your left as you enter- Find member of staff in office or classroom.
Email website after use. (1), Installer for Telematics (1), Instrument Enclosure (1), Insurance Brokers (1), Iona Park 1 and 2 (1), Iona Park 11 to 16 (1), Iona Park 17 to 19 (1), Iona Park 3 and 4 (1), Iona Park 5 and 6 (1), Iona Park 7 and 8 (1), Iona Park 9 and 10 (1), Iona Park Houses (6), Ireland (1), Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing. (1), Ireland Ball's Slave Cottage Driveway (1), Ireland Entrance border control (1), Ireland Exit border control (1), Ireland Waterways Smartcard (1), Ireland Waterways Smartcard needed (1), Ireland's newest indoor epicenter of energetic physical fun (1), Irish American Rustic Cuisine (1), Irish Ferries Foot Passengers (1), Irish Landmark Trust property (1), Irish Speaking School, Catholic Ethos. (1), Irish name Oileán Dhúlaing means Dhúlaing(s) (anglicized to Dowling) Island (1), Iron gate, stuck due to vegetation. Access easier via Southern wall. (1), Is described as a limekiln in the 25'' map and as an icehouse on buildingsofireland.ie, but on inspection, it seems most likely to have been a dovecote. (1), Is elevated above and segregated from road (2), Is elevated above and segregated from road. (3), Island (1), Island Park slipway (currently gated) (1), It is a ladies hairdresser in Santry. (1), It is also possible to get to Inishturk from Cleggan Pier, Co. Galway via the Inishturk mail boat on Tuesdays & Thursdays only. (subject to change) Please contact J. Heanue (086-2029670) (1), It is t he field behind the former National School. All pupils would have known the name of the field. An old teacher said that the name means "left hand field" possibly because it was to the left of its access from the village. (1), It was here that the soup was distributed to victims of the famine. (1), Italian restaurant (1), J. P. Donleavy
Writer and Artist
Wrote The Ginger Man while living with his wife Valerie at the cottage here from 1948 to 1951. Born 23 April 1926 in New York City to Irish immigrants. Came to Ireland as a student at Trinity College.Died 11 September 2017 (1), Jaguar Land Rover Dealership and Service Centre (1), James Fort (Irish: Dún Rí Shéamuis) is an early 17th-century pentagonal fort located on Castlepark peninsula in Kinsale harbour. (1), James Joyce Museum
located in Martello Tower 11 - Sandycove.
Joyce (1), Jameson Experience Midleton: Midleton Single Distillery (1), Jesus and Mary at the Cross (1), Joe Duane (1), John Darragh, former Lord Mayor of Dublin, completed a summer and hunting house named Darraghville in 1782. The house became a convent in 1897 and was sold to a private party in 2017. (1), John Rothe was a wealthy merchant in Kilkenny who died in 1620. The townsland Ruthstown is named after is family. (2), John's father (1), Juice Bar (1), Just facades, used by Dunnes Stores for storage and canteen. (1), KEEP CLEAR - Emergency vehicle access & turning (1), KILMORE TO PORT EYNON (1), KILMORE TO WHITESANDS (1), KTM dealer (2), Keep left (2), Keep right (1), KeyWaste Collection Monday only (1), KeyWaste Collection Thursday only (1), KeyWaste Collection Wednesday only (1), Keywaste Collection Friday only (1), Keywaste Collection Tuesday only (1), Kilcrea Friary (1), Kildorrery (Irish: Cill Dairbhre: "oak-forest church") is a village in north County Cork, Ireland. It lies at the crossroads of the N73 road from Mallow to Mitchelstown and the R512 from Kilmallock to Fermoy. (1), Kilkee cliffs walk north (1), Killiney Beach is a long stony beach with stunning views of Bray Head, Dalkey Island and Sorrento Terrace. There is an exclusion zone for motorized craft for 300m from the foreshore and this is marked by lighted buoys. Swimmers should be aware that there (1), Killybreagy, Largy not in 1911 census (unpopulated), but included to not leave an enclave. (1), Killylea and Aghama not in 1911 census, but added to ED as to not leave an enclave. (1), Kitchend, Bedrooms, Furniture (1), Knockmaddaroe not in 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave (1), Known locally as The Giant's Lake. One of two small adjoining lakes on top of Cnoc Na nGabhar. Not sure of origin of name. resembes footprints but there are tales of a giant visiting Bluid. (2), Known meeting point on this road when children walked to school. Source DB (1), Krav Maga self defence school. Part of the Krav Maga Worldwide organization. (1), LYTHAM TO PORTMANOCK (1), Ladies (1), Lane used to run on West side of hedge to Sandfordscourt road, according to 6'' OS maps. Graveyard was on east side of road "stood on the roadside, to the left, as one goes from Carrigeen to Sandfordscourt" (Carrigan, vol. I, p. 280). (1), Language School (1), Lankford not sure of origin of name (1), Lankford says "field name of Glanworth" Glanawart given by a different source (not the owner) (1), Lankford suggests that it might be Páirc Leaca. Buildings on part of it (1), Larch, Maple, Rowan, Oak and Yew Apartments (2), Large Area And Countryside Consisting Of The Area Of Sixtowns and the Village Of Draperstown and Straw Awell As Neighouring Townlands (1), Large copper cross mounted on wall of building. (1), Large farm (1), Large greenhouse containing tropical rainforest plants (1), Large ruined stables built by the Scott / Byrne family of Ballygannon. The house no longer exists but the stables and a large walled garden are still on the grounds. (1), Large, beautiful old world garden, Robinsonian in style with a strong emphasis on the informal tradition of combining a good plant collection within the natural landscape of its environment. (1), Larne to Girvan (1), Late 16th/ early 17th century. (2), Lathrach is a damp patvh of land. This is a rough commonage area and contains a boreen that allowed the locals to access Cnoc Na Geabhar (1), Latitude Kinsale, an innovative business specialising in unique handcrafted 3D and Light nautical charts that are custom made to order. (1), Laundry & Dry Clean. Not really any coin operated. Will do laundry for you by the kg with 24 hour turn around. Folding not very good. (1), Lawn (1), Layby (3), Leac - flat stone or rock
Bán - white
This big white stone was a land mark used by fishermen. (1), Leaca - sloping field (1), Leaca = a sloped field (1), Leat (1), Leath - Half
Fhearainn - Townland
A sub townland sometimes shortened to Larne (1), Lee Point is a very high spec modern development located at the site of the famous Beamish & Crawford. The number one choice for student accommodation in Cork, the building is only a short walk away from University College Cork. (1), Legal Costs Accountants (1), Legend has it St. Patrick stamped on the rock when he heard that the people of Skerries had eaten his pet goat! A more likely story is that in days gone by footsteps were carved out in memory of famous people (like the Hollywood custom). (1), Lennon's is one of the top venues in Laois.
Try our cocktail bar, beer garden, themed party nites & summer festival weekends. (1), Liath Oileán = Grey Island (1), Liberty Hall now a ruin was an old farmhouse on Kanes' farm that was used by the locals as a card "school" in the early part of the 20th century. (1), Library and local area offices for Fingal County Council (1), Lifeboat Station (1), Lifepak 1000 (3), Lifepak CRplus
(1), Likely iron age ringfort (1), Lime (2), Lime kiln was to the north of the field. (1), Limerick Enerprise Development Partnership (1), Limerick Enterprise Development Park (1), Lisdrumgullion and Lisdrumliska possibly part of another ED. (1), Listed as Parade Ground since 1880 (1), Listed as a Spa Well on some old maps. The the name translates to well of Iron and the water was supposed to have a 'smack' of sulphur (1), Listed as a circular enclosure. May be a lios. (1), Little cute candy shop (1), Live-in-Care offers affordable home care services all across Ireland. We have a team of dedicated professionals and partners whose task is to ensure fast and reliable solutions in the elderly care industry. (1), Livestock Farms (1), Loading/unloading yard (1), Local Knowledge - famous local pint on the road between Kilcock and Summerhill (1), Local Park (1), Local Tennie club open to all for membership (1), Local folklore states that the red colour in this pool is due to the death of a soldier here during the battle of Tráigh Liceach (1), Local infomation states that Capt. Webb had a house here. (1), Local informant DC mentioned that slate was exported from this quarry as far as Scotland (1), Local knowledge translates An Cruachan as a little hill or mound (1), Local knowledge translates Ban Gharra as a fallow field or garden (1), Local oral history states that on the road frontage near the NE corner of this field, was a large tree known as The Gallows Tree. A man is believed to have been hanged from this large tree. Thus the field was also known as The Gallows Field. (1), Local road linking Clonakilty town with Ring village and pier. (2), Local waymarked trails (1), Locally called "The Jacko", the Ward River Valley Park is a park in central to southern Swords.
(1), Located on Kilkenny's Medieval Mile, Hackett's guarantees a unique experience of good old Irish hospitality. With no shortage of drinks and entertainment. (1), Located on the right wall to the right of the customer service desk. (1), Location of The Border Collie pub is on the corner of L4802 (Drummartin and the High Road, Toorlestraun, Tourlestrane, Co. Sligo, Ireland (1), Loch a Bhuistealaigh (lake of the butchers yard), as offal was frequently deposited in the lake. Local legends speak about a monster inhabiting the lake. (1), Lomb
ardy Poplar (1), Lombardy Poplar (1), Lookout House for local Coast Guard station built for £2,000 in (1), Lookout: a later addition constructed on top of the Launches Pier buildings below. (1), Looks a bit like a bus stop. (1), Looks like it could be associated with the former level crossing. (1), Looks like part of a circular enclosure North of the cemetery with crop marks indicating further enclosures or buildings. (1), Loreto Convent. Designed by George Goldie. 1861. (1), Lough Fadden Trout Fishery (1), Lough Talt to Dromahair (1), Love All is a large bronze spherical sculpture about a metre in diameter, near Templeogue Lawn Tennis Club. The bronze is patinated green and dramatically resembles a tennis ball from afar. Nearer, the sculpture looks like a scaled down world with tiny de (1), Lower part now covered in forest. (1), Luxury Staying place for your cat. (1), Lying flat on the ground, surrounded by wooden fence. (1), Lúb Náisiúnta. Trailhead 141. Boolas loop (1), MJ Conroy construction is located around the corner to the right of the building, the defibrillator is located inside on the right wall.
It is orange on a shelf on the right wall.
Email website after use (1), Main hospital building (1), Mainly comerical pine with some pockets of Broadleaved native species (1), Mainly comerical pine with some pockets of native broadleaves (1), Maldron Hotel Limerick offers something for everyone in our grain and grill bar. Offering a variety of dining options from our cosy bar to the intimate surrounds of our hotel restaurant. (1), Mallow Castle Deerpark Ha-Ha Wall (1), Man-made lake (1), Manufacturer of industrial waste-water analysers (1), Map 1843 Ram Point (1), Map 1880 3 Gun Emplacements (1), Map 1880 Case & Jacket Store (1), Map 1880 Covered Communications Tunnel (1), Map 1880 Dock
Map 1939 Dock (1), Map 1880 Drawbridge Map 1939 Drawbridge 2010 Bridge (1), Map 1880 Engine Shed (1), Map 1880 Flagstaff
Map 1939 Flagstaff (2), Map 1880 Furze & Heath (1), Map 1880 Gun Cotton Store
Map 1918 Oil Store
Map 1939 Store (1), Map 1880 Gurard Room (1), Map 1880 Inring Port (1), Map 1880 Inring Port, Cable Passage along right of Pier, Flagstaff (top right), Crane (on left)
Map 1939 Pier, M Post, MH (1), Map 1880 Inring Port, Mooring Boat
Map 1939 MP, Crane (Top Middle), Turn Table (Bottom Left) (1), Map 1880 Laboratory.
Map 1939 Telephone Exchange, Ration Store. (1), Map 1880 Levelling Shed (1), Map 1880 Magazine Underground. Map 1939 Dotted outline. (1), Map 1880 Originally 3 Gun Emplacements with stores, Map 1939 2 Gun emplacements with Casemated Office and stores. (1), Map 1880 Pathway (1), Map 1880 Right Lower Battery (Underground) (1), Map 1880 Rubble Bank (1), Map 1880 Steps (1), Map 1880 Submarine Cable Tanks
Map 1939 Cable Tanks (Disused) (1), Map 1880 Submarine Mining Stores and seperate Electrical Store
Map 1918 Store, Cable. Machine Gun Store
Map 1939 General Store (1), Map 1880 Telegraph Post (1), Map 1880 Test Room
Map 1939 Store (1), Map 1880 Test Room (1), Map 1880 Workshops & Gallery (1), Map 1880 and 1939 dotted outline of the Cantilever Spiral Staircase (1), Map 1880: Recreation Room, later also R. G. A. Office. Map 1939: Recreation Hut, Billiards Room, Reading Room (1), Map 1880: Soldiers Quarters & Ball Court. Map 1939 N. C.O. Quarters, R. C. Church & Ball Alley. (1), Map 1880: Cook House. Map 1939: C. O. s Office. (1), Map 1880: Officers Quarters Mess. Map 1939: Officers Mess Establishment, including: Canteen, Billiards Room, Ante Room, Dining Room, Officers Accomodation, Kitchen, Larder. (1), Map 1880: R. E. Offices. Map 1939: Office and Billets. (R. E. = Royal Engineers) including Drawing Office, P. W Office, R. W Office, D. O's Office, M. Office & D. O's Clark Office (1), Map 1880: Staff Quarters. Map 1939: 2 Story House C Type. Home to the Company Seargent, his Wife and Family. (1), Map 1881 listed as 167 Map 1939 listed as Caponier (1), Map 1881 listed as South Tanks A, B, C (10,000 Gals. each) Map 1939 listed as South Tanks A, B, C (10,000 Gals. Each) (3), Map 1918 Brennan Torpedo Installation (dismantled and disused) (1), Map 1918 Boat Shed
Map 1939 Pump House, Sheds X 3 (1), Map 1918 Carpenters' Shop (1), Map 1918 General Workshop, Smiths Shop (1), Map 1939 Range of Buildings liisted: as (right to left):
AccumR Room, SwitRoom, Forge, Workshop,
Office, Workshop, Tell Hut, Shelter,
WC, Urnial, Shed,, Store, Passage, Passage, Earth Closet, Store, Store (3), Map 1939 Range of Buildings liisted: as (right to left): AccumR Room, SwitRoom, Forge, Workshop, Office, Workshop, Tell Hut, Shelter, WC, Urnial, Shed,, Store, Passage, Passage, Earth Closet, Store, Store (1), Map 1939 18" Narrow Gauge Railway (1), Map 1939 Crane (6), Map 1939 Dung Pit (1), Map 1939 Narrow Gauge Railway (4), Map 1939 Narrow Gauge Railway (11), Map 1939 Offices, Store, Store, Office, Instrument & Repair Shop (1), Map 1939 Semaphore (1), Map 1939 Stables (1), Map 1939 Testing Room, Electrical Store, Store, Iron Store, Store (1), Map 1939 Turn Table (5), Map 1939: Tennis Court. Not listed previously. (1), Map 1939: Store. Not listed on earlier maps. (1), Map dated 1880 Original Entrance Pillars to Fort Camden Camp Field Married Soldiers Quarters. (1), Map dated 1880 Royal Engineers Workshops, rooms later used as Timber Store, Stable, Drying Room, Workshops, F. W. Store. By 1939 listed as Stores No. 3, 9, 10. (1), Map dated 1880: Expense Shell Store, later listed as Smith Shop, Carpenter Shop, Royal Engineers Store and by 1939 listed as Store No. 1 and Dry Store (1), Map of Enfield Main Street (1), Map of Leixlip (1), Map of Rathdrum Village with points of interest (1), Map of fen and springs (1), Map of rerouted section of East Munster Way (2), Map of the Burren (1), Map showing the locations of the 21 cat sculptures until April 2022. (1), Maps dating from 1880 list this building as a Gym and Tackle Store. By 1939 it had become a Power Station housing an Engine and S. Board. (1), Marian Grotto inside a small wall. Statue of Virgin Mary mounted on a pedestal (1), Marian Shrine (2), Marian statue on plinth (1), Marked on Sustrans' mapping as a 'National Cycle Network link'. Includes 2-way segregated cycle path along Sydenham Road (1), Markievicz Leisure Centre (1), Marrried Soldiers Quarters Map dated 1880 (1), Martello No 7 in Dublin Bay South.
Now part of residence building
(1), Martello No.9, Dublin South Bay.
Equipped formerly with 2 guns.
Roof collapsed (1), Martello Tower No 10, Dublin Bay South (1), Mass Rock (1), McGraths field was purchased from the owners McGraths in 1969. The previous owner was Thomas Hanrahan who acquired it from the land commission (1), Meaning unclear but possibly from Gleann (Gleannín - little glen). (1), Means Slatey Strand according to Parish Histories and Place Names of West Cork Bruno O'Donoghue (1), Means The Field At The House. Different owner to the adjoining field of the same name (1), Means The Field Of Rocks (1), Means The Long Field. Also known as An Clais Fada Is now combined with the Middle Field and The Westen Field into one (1), Means The Rising Of The Water. One of two fields in a row with this name. Very wet and not much good (2), Means The Sloping Field. There is a house in this field now (1), Means The Small Field (1), Means The Small Field Of the Sea. Good ocean views from here (1), Means the Field At The House (1), Means the Long Field (1), Means the Small Field. Tuar sometimes means a field wherecattle are kept overnight (1), Medieval Parish Church (1), Medieval graveslab, possibly 13th century (1), Medieval looking masonry with Gothic church windows (1), Medium To Large Mountain Area And Rural Countryside Consisting of The Townlands Of Tirkane Tullykeeran Carrowmenagh Tirnony Gortinure Halfgayne Slaghtneil Corlacky Knockoneil Tirhugh Glebe And Grillagh (1), Medium size farm (1), Memorial Park (1), Memorial garden to nuclear reactor accident (1), Memorial to soldiers of WWI (1), Men's Pool (1), Menswear (1), Mention in a famous local saying -
Da loch agus deug na h-Aichle
Agus dubh loch an t-Sraithleain
2 loughs & 10 of Aghills
and the black lough of Shreelane (1), Mentioned in The Schools’ Collection,
Volume 0298, Page 215
Currabeg our playground was,
Our camp the Bleaches Cross (1), Merlin Woods path (2), Merrion beach is a sandy beach with a gradual slope which makes the water too shallow for any real swimming. There is a large inlet of water that remains even at low tide and is known locally as "Cockle Lake". Although Merrion Strand itself has little flo (1), Metal Flute designed to show of the musical talent at LYIT (1), Metal cello designed to show of the musical talent of LYIT (1), Metal recycling skip, all proceed go to Courcey Rovers G.A.A. club (1), Michael Lenehan 1969 - 2002 (1), Might be related to a Jack Connolly who was living in this townland in the 1851 Griffiths Valuation (1), Might be related to an Eleanor Connolly who was living in this townland in the 1851 Griffiths Valuation (1), Milkman Monk with milking pail and stool (1), Mill Pnd (1), Mill Race from Blarney estate re-enters Blarney river (1), Millstone shaped stone on the ground with circular inscription. (1), Mix of beech, oak and chestnut (1), Mixed Hedgerow. (1), Mixed woodland and Community Orchard for leisure and recreational activities and for helping wildlife (1), Mixed-metal sculpture of a Herring Gull taking flight. (1), Moat (3), Mobile tanker (1), Modern bar with a fun friendly atmosphere in the centre of Ballyragget. Cosy atmosphere, live music and sports. (1), Mona part of the name comes from the fact that turf was harvested from this beach at one time. (1), Monk (with Willow and Basket) (1), Monk with Choir book (1), Monk with sticks and cutting axe (1), Monument erected by the Robinson Family to the memory of the "croppies" (Irish Rebels) who died during the nearby battle of Clonard in the 1798 United Irishmen Rebellion (1), Monument to the landing of Roger Casement, Robert Monteith and 'a third man' (Daniel Bailey) at Banna Strand on 21 April, 1916. (1), Mortar (1), Mostly disused structure now partially used as a school. (1), Mostly locked. A service access only. (1), Mountain bike trails (1), Mounted on the external boundary wall of the church grounds (1), Moved to 304 Harolds Cross Road (1), Mulligans Sheds, Pallets and Fences (1), Multi use development zone. Users will be An Garda Siochana, Limerick Institute of Technology (Clonmel), Tipperary Education and Training Board and Tipperary County Council (Clonmel-Cahir Borough District Council). Masterplan for the zone adopted 2015 (1), Multi-award winning caravan park for touring caravans and motorhomes. (1), Mural by Primary School Students (1), Museum of contemporary figurative art & gardens (1), Music bar (1), Mythical home of the fairy queen Cliodna. (1), N-S row (1), NI2U – Bringing Northern Ireland to you! Helping customers around Northern Ireland to find you on the internet with professional websites, hosting SEO (1), NML NMI Lab (1), NO PUBLIC CALLERS. Take My Pet, Exotic Pet Rescue. Free and confidential. No questions asked service. (1), NTMA / NAMA (1), Name according to Amanda Clarke: Walking the Sheep's Head Way. 2nd Ed., p.115 (1), Name corrected from Lisnabrick in 1911 census to Lisnarrick according to town's name. (1), Name could mean dirty or weedy glen. This was Downey's Gleann Salach. Other adjacent fields belonging to different families shared the same name. (1), Name pronounced as Keel by the Buckley's- possibly derives from ceallúnach (children's burial ground) as there is supposed to be a children's burial ground in the field. (1), Name refers to former landuse as farmland rather than forest, compare British War Office map, where it is not marked as forest. (1), Name refers to its connection to the Glebe. (1), Name related to an undertow (current) (1), Name relates to the extraction of Slate that happened along this road. It is assumed that rail cars were used to haul slate and mine spoil down to the beach at Tráig Carta. (1), Name unknown (2), Name updated to reflect local use of Loch na Ceardchain eg see School's Collection - Loughine P37 (1), Named "infant grave yard" on historical map (1), Named after a big house which used to be in this field; the entrance gate is still in existence northwest of the field along the main road (1), Named after a disused copper mine at the south end of the field. According to local stories, the manager, Captain Kitto was killed here. He is buried in the COI graveyard in Casletownshend (1), Named after a stone quarry that used to be directly opposite this cross. (1), Named after its resemblance to a Sciollán (a seed potato traditionally cut in half). It's alternative name Carraig Bhuí is due to its yellow colour. (1), Named after owners William and John Carroll, but they were no relation to the William and John Carrolls who lived on Carrolls Hill (1), Named after previous occupant (1), Named after the ring fort that is still visible (1), Named because of the shape (1), Named for Pat Doyle, father of Bridie Doyle (1), Named for its proximity to Healy's farm across the Kells Rd (1), Named for the O'Flaherty family who lived in Castlefield House from 1770s to 1830s. Also named for the Keeffe family who lived in Castlefield House from 1850s to 1960s (1), Named for the gap/entrance on to the road at the NE corner, which was made to allow the treshing machine in. (1), Named for the nearby forge which has not been used in over 75 years. (1), Named thus, because "there is a lot of water in it". (1), Napoleonic-era Signal Tower (1), Narrow access road; Not suitable for RVs/Caravans. Campervans possible on hostel parking. (1), National Waymarked Way (10), National Waymarked Way. Start centre of Leitrim Village, finish point, the bridge in Dowra (1), Natural harbour (1), Natural harbour previously used by fishermen from 1600s to 1800s. (1), Nature reserve owned by BirdWatch Ireland. (1), Naturwald (1), Navigation buoy Black Tom (1), Neighbour remembers a Jim Menton living up at Brown Mountain. (1), Neighbourhood green space (1), Nepalese and Indian Restaurant (1), New Holland Dealers for new and used tractors, industrial plant, agricultural machinery and spare parts. (1), New Housing Estate (1), New Mill is a modern building for students located in Dublin’s Liberties area which is packed with shopping, nightlife and culture. Right next to The Tannery (its sister building), New Mill residents can access all social spaces in both buildings which gi (1), New Road Layout (3), New entrance gate (1), New residential area
(1), Newcastle to Newry (1), Niamh Curry and Kevin Power (1), Night Exit (1), Night Service: 047-81239 (1), Nine stainless steel eagle feathers arranged in a circle, no two feathers being identical, forming a bowl shape to represent a gift of a bowl of food (1), No 2 Martello Tower, now used as private Residence
With a Glass Gazebo on the roof. (1), No 81 on list. Last Signal Tower in line from Dublin to Donegal. (1), No ATM Machine, but Cash Back. No minimum spend on card transactions. (1), No longer Department of Defence. (1), No longer in use, heavily overgrown (1), No longer locked. (1), No sign about artist's name or anything on the sculpture. (1), Non-Directional Beacon (2), Non-mowed area with mostly wild flowers and a few mature trees (1), North African and French inspired based on local produce. (1), Northern Ireland to Peel (1), Northern Ireland's first Tea Bar (1), Not a postbox (1), Not in 1901 census. (1), Not in use (1), Not really sure "why" this 'route' exists, bit it consists of very visible painted green lanes that then... stop :) (1), Not sure of translation (4), Not sure of translation. It was supposed to have been used as a place for threshing corn (1), Not sure of translation. Description in Lankford is listed as "Field stream" (1), Not sure of translation. Lankford lists this as The Slieveen and suggests ths might mean A Small Hill In A Field (1), Not sure of translation. Two adjoining fields were called An Goirtín Rua (2), Not sure what translation is (1), Not sure what translation is. Buildings there now (1), Not the original location, because it is supposed to be on the road side and it is upside down. Gatepost must have been rebuilt at some point. (1), Nothing remains of the old church building itself, just the three headstones of former Parish Priest's and a new headstone to remember those who were buried in the church in the past. (1), Now at the head of a water feature in the Walled Garden, this 18th century statue originally stood in the middle of the lake between the island fort of Gibraltar and the Lake Temple.
For many years the statue was believed to be a representation of Nimrod (1), Now overgrown but still traversable. (1), Now two fields, no longer three (1), Nuclear waste immerse by UK in 1951 (1), Nuclear waste immerse by UK in 1953 (1), O'Brien's house (now gone) was next to it (1), O'Kelly gives "houes of the candle" as the translation (p. 89) (1), O'Kelly has "Church Meadow" as field name (p. 83). (2), O'Kelly has it as "Bán na n-úll", but compare to his "Bán na háille" in Radestown. This field is on a slope. (1), O'Kelly mentions An Beithin as one of the field names, but there are others of that name in Ballyfoyle. However, its closeness to Ban Ard makes it likely that he referred to this one. (1), Obelisk (1), Observation Hide (3), Offers cooking classes and demonstrations. Caters to corporate events, stag, hen and children's parties etc. (1), Office & School Stationery & Furniture (1), Offices and warehouse of wine merchants Bubble Brothers. Collection point for online orders. (1), Officially mapped as an Ancient Woodland (NPWS)
in PRIVATE ownership, no public access (1), Officially opened in 1981. (1), Ogham stone (1), Oileán - Island
na - (of) the
Cuán / Cumhán = sea-urchin (1), Oileán - island
Meánach - middle (1), Old Hayes post office, now just a corner shop. Sweets, newspapers, etc. (1), Old Military riffle range (1), Old Rathcormac NS (1), Old Road (2), Old School (1), Old Sentry Hill House (1), Old Talbot Street (1), Old Water Pump (1), Old Wishing Well (1), Old cattle pound. This area was once used for the storage of rescued cattle. If cattle was found astray, it was brought to this location. To reclaim your livestock the cost of a pound was paid, and divided amongst the finder of the cow, and land owner. (1), Old church ruins (1), Old graveyard (1), Old potato drills are extant in this field, now covered in grass (1), Old storage tanks building, preserved as if to serve as an exhibit. (1), Old water storage tank for estate (1), On the Night of the Big Wind, 6th January 1839, the trees in the Orchard were blown over and uprooted. Only two survived, one of them with its trunk partially resting on the ground. (1), On the base of the fence (1), On the step in front of the house. (1), Once a fortress of the O'Driscoll's and according to ledgend King Labhra Loinseach who had Donkey's Ears (1), Once belonged to the Glebe House. Called Glebe lands. Owners refer to these fields as the Highlands. There was once a small gravel pit in corner of this field (1), Once belonged to the Glebe House. Called Glebe lands. The owners refer to these fields as the Highlands. (2), Once belonged to the Glebe House. Called Glebe lands. The owners refer to these fields as the Highlands. Gradys once owned or rented this field. (1), Once belonged to the Glebe House. Called Glebe lands. The owners refer to these fields as the Highlands. Jeffcocks once owned the Glebe. (1), One of Ireland's best loved pubs situated in the heart of Abbeyleix. (1), One of four National Looped Walks from Howth Train Station (4), One of the Oldest buildings in Aglish (1), One of the parish mass rocks on which priests celebrated mass during the two penal centuries (1), Oneway traffic across bridge (1), Only Saran Woods residents (1), Only visible as parchmark (1), Only visible from air. (1), Open Field (1), Open at school access hours only. (1), Open business hours only (1), Open business hours only. (1), Open daily from 10.00am serving homemade scones and pastries, our bar is the perfect location to sit and watch the world go by. Serving a full bar food menu until 9.30pm. Sample our house wines, new gin menu or treat yourself to a cocktail. (1), Open during business hours only. (2), Open during café and Church hours only. (1), Open during daylight hours, except 25th December. (1), Open during nursery access hours only. (2), Open during school access hours only. (3), Open during school hours. (1), Open school access hours only (1), Open school hours only. (1), Open to all sides. Decorational old waterpump in center. (1), Opened during COVID19 epedemic as outdoor seating area. (1), Opened in 2021 (1), Opened in May 2008, Left Bank is arguably Kilkenny’s most unique bar, located in the centre of Kilkenny city. (1), Opticians (1), Orchard Hill Drive (1), Ordered food can be consumed in the pub next door. (1), Original castle dates from 14th century. Now a private addiction treatment clinic. (1), Original driveway for Brennanstown House, still preserved in the modern housing estate. (1), Original location was Cloghabrody north of Thomastown. (1), Ornamental Tower erected Lord Bandon (1), Ornate lamp standard and disused water font, not a custom artwork. (1), Our Traditional Woollen Aran sweaters updated with new variations of cables using soft yarns for comfort and feel for customers who want a part of Ireland in their wardrobe. (1), Our baristas serve delicious freshly served coffee every day as well as light lunch options and sweet treats. (1), Our firm is comprised of exceptional lawyers with extensive experience and expertise in medical negligence law practice with many joining us from top-tier law firms. Our lawyers are professional, highly experienced, and are passionate about serving our cl (1), Our passion is to help local businesses and entrepreneurs reach their potential, by helping them build and scale their online presence. With us, you will get a new business partner. (1), Our student accommodation in Cork, Amnis House, is perfectly situated near the centre of Cork City. Only minutes from the University College Cork and close to the Cork College of Commerce, St. John's Central College and CIT. (2), Outdoor Skatepark with a basketball net and small gazebo (1), Outdoor Swimming Pool Pier 2 Tennis Courts Playground (1), Outdoor gym equipment (1), Outdoor school with benches and a blackboard (1), Outdoor school with benches and blackboard used by the local National School (1), Outdoor self-service laundry. (1), Outdoor, 24-hour self-service laundry. (4), Outside Greenisland Post Office (1), Overflow Parking (1), Overground rapid transit service for Dublin. (1), Overgrown path between gardens; not gated. (1), Overgrown; near impassible 2020 (1), Owner-farmer describes it thus: "may date to ancient times as there is a slightly raised base at the centre and an entrance down into the circle, it is v[ery] sheltered and almost below field level." (1), Oxwich to USA (2), PIN-coded for residents. (1), POST International (1), Paddys Park Playing field (1), Painted building with murals (1), Paintings, prints, greeting cards, books, vintage clothes & local crafts (1), Parent waiting area (4), Park (1), Park entrance (2), Park surrounding Saint Mary's church and cemetery. (1), Park with Paths (1), Parke GWS water intake (1), Parke GWS water treatment plant (1), Parking prohibited on lane but gate can be passed on foot or bicycle. (1), Part of Drinagh Co-operative (1), Part of Route 260 Cork - Youghal - Ardmore (1), Part of Route Number 260 Cork - Youghal - Ardmore (2), Part of commemoration of 1916 Rising in 2016, inspired by megalithic follies in St Enda's Park and Emmet's Block on display in the Pearse Museum (1), Part of the "Open Ground" Seamus Heaney visitor experience (1), Part of the church wall, low in the wall, left of the entrance. (1), Partially wooded walk with sea views and lined with deep purple fuchsia in September (1), Partly in ruins (1), Passage tomb with remains of chamber in the central cairn, surrounded by a ring cairn (1), Passes Lord Carbery's Cross which was erected at the summit of the hill of Croghna in 1902 by Lady Carbery in memory of the husband the 9th Baron of Carbery. This cross is 30 feet high & is the highest memorial cross in Ireland. (1), Path impassable due to fallen trees and plant growth. Appears to be unmaintained. (1), Patrol before and after school. (1), Paved/cobbled area attached to the Mill building (1), Paving: Commercial Paving, Home Paving & Driveways. (1), Pay & Display parking (1), Pedestrian bridge (1), Pentagonal bell tower (1), Permanently closed (1), Personal Training Studio (1), Peyton (1), Pharmaceutical Distributor (1), Pharmacy (1), Pheasants were put there (1), Phonetically pronunciation by the DB as Locka-wee. While there is a boggy patch at the bottom of the field that floods occasionally, name probably due to the very steep slope -
Leaca = slope
bhuí = yellow - possible comes from furze. (1), Picnic hut, open to three sides, BBQ, picnic-tables. (1), Pillared portico (1), Pinergy are providers of smart energy giving you control of how you use your energy. (1), Pitt's Park was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Field agin the heap of dung is the name after 1919. (1), Pizza take away (1), Pizzeria that offers heated outside area, brightened by colorful lights and a Pizza + Pint deal for 12 euro. (1), Place where local dances were held during early 20th century (1), Plane Hangar (1), Planning permission 2021 for 75 dwelling houses; sign on Lousybush Lane and Granges Road (1), Plantation of trees (1), Planted and maintained by the Kilkenny Hunt Club (1), Planted in 2006 by community volunteers (1), Plaque dedicating Garden of Remembrance to Fr. John Sullivan (1), Platform for fishing (2), Platform for fishing. (1), Platform stile (1), Play park and Skate Park (1), Playing field of the Tipperary County Camogie Board with dressing rooms and spectator facilities. (1), Please if walking in this area respect the signs that show locations of unmarked graves. (1), Plot layout (1), Poem "The Wayfarer" by P.H. Pearse carved into granite slabs arranged in a circle (1), Pointe - point
an - of the
Doras - door (1), Polish grocery store (1), Poll - Pool
a' - of the
Coire - cauldron/ amphitheatre, deep mountain hollow/whirlpool (given as Chuire) by MOS
Alternative - Caora - Sheep given by AOL and story of sheep being wash here. Both versions have providence (1), Poll a' Mhóin - hole of the turf (1), Poll na gCaorach = the Hole of the Sheep (1), Pollinín - Small Hole
na - (of) the
bhFranncach - French
Probably relates to smuggling to and from the island from France. (1), Pollín=(little)Pool, Ding Dong named after the bell sound made by the waves here. (1), Poorly maintained, uneven surface, dislodged or missing kerbing and many holes (1), Popular destination for open-water swimmers to stop at. (1), Portglenone Bridge (1), Portmuck Beach (1), Possible ancient woodland (1), Possible demolished building? (1), Possible wastewater treatment plant based on imagery. (1), Possibly Ban Ard in O'Kelly's Placenames book. (1), Possibly moved from entrance gate to Cathedral into this wall, because it is on the entrance gate on the 1871 map, but in this location on the 6'' Cassini map. (1), Possibly oldest standing suspension bridge in Europe. Constructed by William Parsons. (1), Possibly the site of an ancient boundary or route according to local knowledge. Called Rudolf Trench. (1), Possibly translates to the Field Of The Birds (1), Post Office is located inside Centra (1), Post Office. Latest Time of Posting: 16:00 (1), Post box at former Hayes post office. (1), Post-famine construction; probably modernised with dormer windows in early C20th. Abandoned c.1990. (1), Potato merchant (1), Pottery Studio (1), Powertool repair specialist and tool hire service, offering servicing and repairs on all tools with a tool showroom. (1), Pre-famine. Originally single storey thatched. Extensively yet sympathetically modernised in earlr 2000s. (1), Pre-school (1), Preparing for D-Day (1), Presumably means The Middle Field.
Perhaps Láthair - an open space (1), Previous site of Golf One Zero observation Tower (1), Previously Bank of Ireland (1), Previously called "Jamuna" (1), Previously closed at dusk but now generally left open. (1), Prior plan was to call this 'Harbour Street' I believe. It can be used by Fire Engines also to reach Straffan road with lowering bollards. (1), Private (1), Private Club (1), Private House, Formerly St. Josephs Parochial House. (1), Private House, Formerly St. Josephs Presbytery. (1), Private Pier (2), Private Playground for School. (1), Private Road (1), Private Road. Strictly No Public Access. (1), Private driveway (1), Private dwelling (1), Private dwelling
(1), Private grounds (1), Private residence with a self-catering apartment (1), Private right of way from Sorrento Road to the shore. (1), Probably phonetic spelling of Bán glass = Green field. (1), Profile image of a woman and bull. (1), Promontory fort associated with Dermot Conor O’Driscoll (ref Fr Coombes). fort excavated by Prof. O’Kelly, UCC, in 1953. (1), Pronounced Moon-a-ca-he. An old townland in the parish of Goresbridge. Mrs. Fitzgerald, whose grandmother was a Dalton, an ancestor of one of the owners came from Múnaché circa 1850. (1), Pronounced Polla Voon (1), Propeller of the British steamship Ireland. (1), Public right-of-way to Greenisland Beach (currently blocked) (1), Pump House (1), Pumping station for local public water supply. (1), Purdysburn Road cycle route (1), Páirc - Field
an - (of) the
Támhais - Phantom
The english name West of the Well due to a well at the edge of the field.
The Irish name Páirc an Támhais is not related.
also possibly tSabhais - meaning is opaque.
Informants DB & JB (1), Páirc Uí Shíocháin (1), Páircín a’ Tobair = The Well Field (1), Quarry is shown on the Western border on British War Office map. (1), Quay side jetty (1), Quercus robur (1), RDC Paving Ltd (1), Radio Station (1), Railway Parking (1), Rainway bucket used for copper mining in 19th century (1), Raised area for plane spotting. (1), Raised bog, recreational area. Designated as a Natural Heritage Area. Area used by locals for leisure and recreation.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/BBDevelopmentGroup/posts/ (1), Raised circular mound with ditch on northern side (1), Re: Oliver Goldsmith Birthplace (1), Real-time departure information for buses (2), Recently Demolished, cleared site (1), Recently refurbished play park for children.
(1), Recently renovated B&B all rooms with private bathrooms. Centrally located for all amenities. (1), Reception (1), Reclaimed hill (1), Reconstructed round house (1), Reconstruction of a Crannóg, a partially or entirely artificial island, usually built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters of Scotland and Ireland. Crannógs were used as dwellings over five millennia, (1), Reconstruction of a ringfort, circular fortified settlements that were mostly built during the Early Middle Ages up to about the year 1000. (1), Red buoy (1), Reddys is a Family Run Pub & Restaurant serving a variety of food & drink all day every day. (1), Remains of 15th century castle. (1), Remains of Curtain Wall (1), Remains of a gate lodge outside Bellmount House (1), Remains of former harbour defence fort. (1), Remains of old wall supporting bridge to Minane Island (1), Remains of the ramparts of an ancient fortress with terraced walls constructed in black limestone. (1), Remains of the walled garden of Barnane House, built in the 19th century. Barnane House stood to the east of here but was demolished in the 1940s. (1), Rents out kayaks or offers guided tours (1), Republic of Ireland (1), Republic of Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing (Ulster Canal) (1), Republic of Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing. (245), Requested position for another bus stop (1), Requires a code to access. Call 999 or 112 for code. (1), Reserved for future development. (1), Residential (1), Residential bungalow (6), Residents PIN access only. (1), Resited 1978 (1), Restaurant (1), Restored cottage and farm built in 1830s (1), Retail (1), Retailer of fresh food, loose food items and other natural foods. Also a collection point for some plastic recycling. (1), Rib bone from a fin whale washed up on a local beach. (1), Right of way (1), Right of way farm access (1), Ring Fort (2), Ring fort (2), Ringfort (1), Ringfort (1), Ringfort. The name is believed to have come from the Irish Raith an Uisce. A rath with a water filled moat (1), Ringmacilroy part of Warrenpoint and Warrenpoint Rural in 1911 Census, but only part of Warrenpoint in 1901 census. (1), River and Heritage Walks (1), Riverrun Estate, Gated community, managed by RRCAMC CLG (1), River’s Edge Bed & Breakfast in Glengarriff is a family home offering luxury B&B accommodation at affordable rates. We can assure you will receive a warm welcome, a peaceful night in bed and a hearty breakfast when you stay at our accommodation. (1), Road named after two bachelor brothers who lived on it. (1), Road side car parking. (1), Road side car parking. (1), Road up to Scrabo Country Park, Scrabo Tower & Scrabo Golf Club (1), Rochfortbridge Pitch & Putt Club - 18 hole Course - (1), Roman Catholic parish (1), Rough area. Not sure of origin of name (linked to Mullach?) (1), Rough location of the Public Right of Way to/from Knockagh Monument from the Upper Road at Greenisland. Considerable overgrowth has occured and is currently probably impassable. (1), Roughly in the middle of the bridge in the third row of stones from the top. (1), Round Tower (1), Round Tower from 6th century (1), Routing point (1), Ruin (1), Ruined late medieval circular tower house (1), Ruins of Brookley House, built in the 18th century, unoccupied since the early 20th century. (1), Ruins of an old fort (1), Ruins of an old orchard (1), Ruins of farm-complex. Allegedly burned down in early 1900s as a result of thatched roof catching fire when ashes were being discarded (1), Ruins of old cottage or shed (1), Ruins of old wind turbine (1), Ruins of the original Timoleague House (1), Ruins surrounded by old graveyard (1), Run by community, don't take opening hours for gospel. (1), Runway 25 threshold (1), Rón - seal (1), Rón - seal
This field and the rock south of it are both known as 'The Rónseach' (1), Rónseach - Seal Place. Fishermen used to hunt seals in this place at one time. (1), SENNON TO KILMORE,N.I. (1), SPOT (1), SUTTON,UK TO 20�WEST (1), Said to be Pairc A Tí for Young's house. Do not know who Youngs were (1), Said to be named after an English forester named Throunce who planted much of the wood from seed.
Spelling taken from
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0298, Page 219 (1), Said to translate as the Hill Of Furze but this may be inaccurate as Corrach usually translates as a wet boggy place. Finane (fionnán) is a whitish grass that grows on poor boggy land (1), Sailing Club (1), Salmon Fisherman Monk with salmon and cudhael fishing net. (1), Sand dunes. Not suitable for prams/pushchairs or wheelchairs. (2), Sandycove beach is a tiny beach which offers shallow water to paddle and lovely views to admire. This seaside suburb is located around a pleasant harbour and has a famous Martello Tower where the writer James Joyce once stayed for a week as a guest of po (1), Sandymount Strand is 2 km a sandy beach with a gradual slope, which makes the water too shallow for any real swimming. There is a large inlet of water that remains even at low tide and is known locally as "Cockle Lake". Although Sandymount Strand itself h (1), Scaoinse - Draughty place (1), Sceptic Tank (1), School (1), School for children 4-19 who are deaf and/or visual impairment. (1), School of Architecture at TU Dublin. (1), Scohaboy Raised Bog
https://www.coillte.ie/site/sopwell-and-scohaboy-bog/ (1), Scoliosis SOS provide non-surgical and effective treatment for scoliosis and other spinal conditions. (1), Scotland to Northern Ireland (3), Scots pine trees (1), Scout Hall (1), Scouting Ireland scout hall (1), Scraggs Alley in Carlow has been providing live music and fun that appeals to people from all walks of life for the last 26 years. Scraggs welcomes groups of all sizes! (1), Scribe Monk with Abbey Charter and Book of Duiske facsimile (1), Sculpture garden (1), Sculpture of a protypical with with broom and witch's hat. (1), Sean Gharrai in Irish which translates as old garden (1), Sean half-decker (1), Seapoint beach is a gently sloping sandy beach with areas of rocks along the coastline. There is an exclusion zone for motorized craft for 300 metres from the foreshore and this is marked by lighted buoys. Swimmers should be aware that there may be sudden (1), Seaside cafe (1), Seasonal Opening Hours (1), Seaweed Baths & Cafe (1), Second Level Irish School (1), Secondary School - All Irish (1), Section A (1&2) (1), Security hut (1), See http://killeaghinch.ie/local-info/the-playground/ (1), See www.gregbroderick.ie (1), Seems to be both for the hotel and the public slipway (1), Seid mór, ard nach bhfuil ach doras singil inti (1), Semi-detatched house (3), Serves as storage area for construction site at the Mayfair since November 2021. (1), Serves authentic Mediterranean healthy foods as well as freshly made authentic Italian Segafredo coffees. Freshly homemade baked goodies. (1), Service (1), Serviced offices (1), Services Office (1), Servicing and parts for Honda, Opel, Chevrolet & Ssangyong (1), Set Down Only (1), Seven places with power. 13 spaces with hard standing. Bikes for hire. (1), Seymour Hill residential development, built on the former Seymour Hill Estate. (1), Shankill Cemetery (1), Shankill Parish Church (1), Shannon Blueway walk along Lough Allen Canal from Drumshanbo to Drumleague Lock including a floating boardwalk at Acres Lake (6), Shannon Wetland. Local amenity and wildlife habitat. (1), Shed (3), Shed is split into two. (1), Sheela-na-gig type figure on cross. Remains of church and graveyard of St Caoin at Jamestown close-by mostly gone. (1), Shell Lubricants Authorised Distributors. Exol Distributors in Ireland. (1), Shepherd Monk with wool fleece and shears (1), Shoe Republik (Tim's Shoe Centre Ltd) is a family shoe store selling branded comfort, fashion and children's footwear. Established in 1977. (1), Shortcut to Whitecliff green area (1), Shower token available from Spar (1), Shows a young deer and a butterfly. (1), Shows the walled town of Clonmel as it was in the Middle Ages. (1), Shuttle bus stop to Glenveagh Castle (1), Shuttle bus to Burren National Park (1), Sign just says "Town Wall", no further information. (1), Sign on gate says it is locked when the park closes (2), Sign says "1 & 2 Loft appartments" (1), Signs for every business and vehicle signs. (1), Silk Screen suppliers (1), Simple campsite (1), Site and garden of private residential house in a rural area. (1), Site and garden surrounding residential house. (1), Site for Walking, Hiking, Fishing, Heritage Site (1), Site of (1), Site of Ballincolla Village which as (1), Site of Former 5MW peat-burning Bellacorick Power Station. (1), Site of Former 5MW peat-burning Cahirciveen Power Station. (1), Site of Former 5MW peat-burning Gweedore Power Station. (1), Site of Former 5MW peat-burning Miltown Malbay Power Station. (1), Site of Former 80 MW peat-burning Rhode Power Station. (1), Site of Former 85 MW peat-burning Lanesborough Power Station. (1), Site of Golf Three Zero Observation Tower (1), Site of burial ground for unbaptised children (1), Site of demolished town gate (2), Site of estate chapel of the manor of Castletown. Extant but ruined in 1840. Site completely covered in vegetation (1), Site of former 5MW peat-burning Screeb Power Station. (1), Site of house (1), Site of old water pump (1), Site of saw mill (1), Site of seasonal pond drained in recent years for forestry (1), Site of the church (1), Site of well (1), Sites of historic interest in Kilmacanogue (1), Situated in parkland to the front of Larchill house, this is one of the most famous follies at Larchill.
Externally it is reminiscent of an ice house. The structure comprises an artificial grassed mound within which is a vaulted inner chamber with gothic (1), Six generations of the Cushen family have been spinning and weaving in Graiguenamanagh since 1778... (1), Skateboard Park (1), Skellig Monastery, assent to the World Heritage site on Skellig Michael (1), Slemish to Glenarm (1), Slipway (private) (1), Slipway an kleinem, geschützten Pier (1), Slipway for small boats, limited room for tow vehicle to maneuver (1), Sluagh Hall once an Army Barracks now home to the best Boxing Club in the Country.
(1), Slí Tóin a' tSeanbhaile/Valley Loop Walk is an 8.5km looped walk on coastal ground with no hills or climbs. (1), Small An Post Post Box (green) fixed to the hedge outside of the house at The Store's Cross. (1), Small Countryside Area Consisting Of The Townlands Of Lisnamuck Kirley Drumconready Coolnasillagh Drumcrow (1), Small To Medium Countryside Area Consisting Of The Townlands Of Fallagloon Falgortrevy Brackaghreily Dumballyhagan And Half Of Some Townlands Such As Lower Ballyknock and Lower Tullyheran (1), Small cove at the mouth of Castlehaven Harbour in English means The Cove of the Pigeon's but only Irish version used locally. (1), Small field at the bottom of the hill. Bun means bottom or perhaps a small bump in a field (1), Small food market every Saturday, started 29th Sept (1), Small garden with plaque to remember Fisheries team lost at sea on 7 Jul 1990. Inspector Benno Houssmann, Officers Barra O'Longaigh, Barry O'Driscoll, Dominic Meehan (1), Small gravel/sand quarry. (1), Small metal stepping ladder to access Lerr Bridge (1), Small plaque thanking Peter O'Malley for donations for the Baseball Diamonds (1), Small quarry converted to sport climbing crag. (1), Small size farm (1), Small stream which is partly culverted at the end, joining the Shanganagh River. (5), Soccer Club in Rush (1), Softball (1), Some pine mixed in (1), Sonra. The data liberation company. (1), Soup Kitchen During Famine (1), Souterrain (1), Southport to Dublin (1), Space for deliveries & visitors waiting for the gate. Can also be used as a turning area. (1), Spacious, modern pub-restaurant with wood accents, know for international dishes, plus regular DJ nights and sporting events. (1), Spanish Armada viewpoint (1), Spanish Armada viewpoint car park (1), Spanish Point beach lies to the west of Milltown Malbay on the road from Quilty to Lahinch. It is an extensive stretch of sandy beach. Beach bye-laws are in place with horse riding and dogs prohibited between 11am and 6pm during the summer season. (1), Specialist flower shop in Irish grown flowers and wild flowers. Make beautifully unique wild flower arrangements and offer flower arranging classes. (1), Species rich dry grassland (1), Sport equipment storage (1), Sports Grounds (1), Spuaic - Pinnacle (1), Square rath (1), Sruthán means "small stream/rivulet" (1), St Anne's Cemetery, Shandon (southern) (1), St Awaries Cottage, build 1680, renovated last in 2016, protected grade II building. More Information: https://www.stawaries.com
(1), St Mark’s is the parish church of Springfield Parish. It was opened on the 25th July 1975. The parish was formed in 1972 and was constituted from Tallaght / Bohernabreena Parish. (1), St Michael's playing fields (1), St. Michael's Prunty Pitch (1), St. Patrick (1), Stacán - Projecting rock (1), Staff Car Park (4), Staff only. (1), Stained Glass Studio (1), Standing ogham stone. The dimensions are measured from the widest point and the highest point from above the ground. (1), Standing pillar stone with cross head and other partson the ground (1), Standing upright. Measurements taken at widest and tallest point above ground level (1), Start of The Gobbins Path Coastal Walk (1), Start/end of Little Sugar Loaf Agreed Access Route (1), Start/end of The Sugar Loaf Way (1), Statue of Jesus erected by the local people. (1), Statue of Jesus in glass case. Previously displayed on O'Connell Street Upper. Statue reputed to have been found in the ruins of the Gresham Hotel in the 1920s. (1), Statue of Michael Hogan, the Bard of Thomond, 1826 - 1889 (1), Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1), Steep hill (3), Steep open area in the sand dunes at Portstewart Strand. (1), Steep ravine on way into Castletownshend with a northerly aspect. Spelling checked with Castlehaven History Society. (1), Stena Line Foot Passengers (1), Stepaside Park extension. Started 2016. Under separate management company to Stepaside Park. (1), Stepping Stones (1), Steps cut into rock used by pirates and smugglers (1), Steps down to the river (1), Stone Mason Monk with lump hammer and stone chisels (1), Stone circle with possile alignment to Mount Leinster for summer solstice (1), Stone wall covered with ivy, perhaps part of a building. (1), Stonecross (1), Stoney beach (1), Stop ID: 013322 (1), Stop ID: 015933 (1), Stop for all East Bound Kearns Buses (1), Streanduff not in 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave. (1), Streched all the way to the subtownland border in the past. (1), Strip of land down by the beach. Bóna is a form of Póna = a Pound (a field for impounding animals) (1), Sub-townland (1), Submerged bridge remains, shallow (1), Subtownland (1), Sugar Dolls Nail and Beauty is a place where you can get your nails done. They provide professional and very friendly service, by highly qualified nail and beauty therapists. (1), Suicide of long forgotten person (Conner?) (1), Summer House (1), Sunken Crannog (1), Supplier of seeds, bulbs, plants and gardening equipment (1), Supporting Diabetes Ireland (1), Surf shop (1), Surface and kerbing badly damaged by construction activity on adjoining land (1), Surveillance (1), Swiss cottage and trails (1), Syd Harkin's Kilkenny is spacious, friendly family run pub in the heart of Kilkenny city, located beside the tourist office and just a stones throw from Kilkenny Castle. A traditional Irish pub split into two bars. (1), Tailing pond (1), Takes in woodland and shelterbelt within the demesne, including the ruins of the folly. (1), Tarmac from here northwards, unpaved from here southwards (1), Taxi & Bus Access Only (10), Taxi Holding Area (1), Taxi Rank (1), Taxiway is closed. (3), Tea House (1), Technically there is a ford here, but due to water depth, speed of flow and nature of river bed, it is unusable by any motor vehicle except agricultural tractors, so it has been removed from the map as it is not suitable for use as a ford (1), Telnyx delivers voice, messaging and IP services for applications and next-generation communications companies. (1), Temporarily closed to access. (1), Temporarily used while Muckalee pitch was developed. (1), Temporary location for Stillorgan Library while new premisis is being built (1), Tennis Court (1), Tesla (3), Test. Add from iPhone (1), Thatched Building (2), The 1 mile (1.7 km) trail around the lake, formal and informal gardens is along well surfaced paths, suitable for most abilities. (1), The Arboreum park in St Stephens green park is an area of the park where specific trees native to Ireland are grown and maintained, such as oak, silver beech etc... (1), The Back Field was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Upper Back is the name after 1919. (1), The Bean Park was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Field agin the hall door is the name after 1919. (1), The Belvedere Bar & Grill is the perfect place to begin an evening, or wind down after a long day exploring the city. Superb Dublin city centre dining. (1), The Bench to rest on! (1), The Big Five acre was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Five acre is the name after 1919. (1), The Britannic (originally to be called Gigantic), the third and final ship of the Olympic class, was constructed in Olympic's slipway. (1), The Career Development Centre provides a service that is student-focussed, professional and informative. (1), The Clady River presently splits as it passes through Swatragh/ Ringsend on average 60% of water flows through the northern branch the main flow of the river and 40% flows through the southern branch this was the original course of the river centuries ago (2), The Cloig Séan Field had an old standing stone, well polished from cattle scratching over the years. It was knocked by the cattle some years ago. (1), The Courtown Hotel has been a tradition in family fun holiday in the Sunny South East for many years and we wish to continue the tradition. (1), The Derrynaflan Hoard was discovered here in 1980. (1), The Eolas Building was officially opened in 2015 and is home to a number of University departments and services including Computer Science, Hamilton Institute, Computer Center and Business Incubators (1), The Famine Memorial, situated on the approach to Dublin port is a very poignant reminder of the number of Irish people that were forced to emigrate during famine times. (1), The Forty Foot, a historic bathing pool on a promontory on the southern tip of Dublin Bay, is a short walk from the James Joyce Tower, Sandycove. It used to be a male only swimming spot but today both men and women enjoy a swim here. The character of Buc (1), The Green Alley was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Field under Summertown is the name after 1919. (1), The Grove was circa 3 acres of a very mature spruce plantation when it was clear felled about 1973 and reclaimed to arable land about 20 years later. It was a great landmark and could be seen for miles in every direction. (1), The Growery is a Food Common and climate resilience hub in the heart of the Irish midlands. (1), The Gut, Public Right-of-Way access to beach (1), The Hamilton Institute is dedicated to providing a bridge between mathematics and its applications in ICT, biology and other disciplines. (1), The Hole In The Wall is a new music venue situated in the heart of Kilkenny City. It is housed in the oldest surviving townhouse in Ireland - the 1582 Archer Inner House. (1), The Irish Claims Authority is the independent provider in Ireland of assessments and information relating to claims. (1), The Irish R.M. refers to a series of books by the Anglo-Irish novelists Somerville and Ross and the television comedy-drama series based on them. (1), The Irish name 'Maistín' could mean a number of things. A common translation of Maistín is 'a bully'. Most probably in this case the meaning is different. It can also refer to 'mist', 'a hood' (like a bonnet), or Mastiff (dog breed) (1), The Irish name 'Maistín' could mean a number of things. A common translation of Maistín is 'a bully'. Most probably in this case the meaning is different. It can also refer to 'mist', 'a hood' (like a bonnet), or Mastiff (dog breed). (1), The Kavanagh Court residence for students in Dublin is situated on the corner of Summerhill and Gardiner Street. The building is only available to students of Trinity College Dublin and is located only a short walk from Dublin’s O’Connell Street which is (1), The Knock Street was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). Jim's back of the Haggard is the name after 1919. It was joined with the Low Park and the Scruin Scaan sometime in the 20th Century. (1), The Lake Temple is a circular island building in the lake to the west of Gibraltar. The outer wall has decorative recesses and the internal circle of columns surrounds a well-like central core.
There is evidence that the columns may have originally been (1), The Little Field was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Three-corner Field is the name after 1919. (1), The Long family sold the field to the c urrent owner in 1980s. (1), The Mallow Farmers' Market is held on St James grounds every Friday, all year round. Come & enjoy fresh fish, bread, cakes, jams, eggs, preserves, poultry, vegetables, craft & more. (1), The Middle Park, together with The Noneen Field, is now called The Big Field. The Noneen Field and the Middle Parks are the names given before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Big Field is the name given after 1919. (1), The Moor was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Rushy Field is the name after 1919. (1), The New Meadow used to be the left half of the field, the Bush Field the right part. (1), The Noneen Field, together with The Middle Park, is now called The Big Field. The Noneen Field and the Middle Parks are the names given before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Big Field is the name given after 1919. (1), The Paddocks (1), The Paircín or Park was a small 1 acre field which had the remains of stone and mortar walls in a corner. Possibly a house? (1), The Pumphouse is a traditional Irish Pub with a fire always lighting! A great atmosphere and live music Thursdays and Sundays. (1), The Q Bar has a wide range of bar food available from 2.30pm to 9.00pm every night and until 9.30pm on weekends. Wide selection of drinks. (1), The Ross Island Cooper Mine (1), The Scalp bouldering (1), The Seagull bakery is an artisan bakery, based in the South East of Ireland, which specialises in the art of Sourdough Bread, Yeast & Wheat Free Bread. (1), The Silken Thomas Yew is believed to be Irelands oldest native tree, aged around 800 years. (1), The Spectrum Centre is a multi purpose arts and culture community centre. It also contains offices for a variety of businesses and a café. (1), The Spunc field. Spunc was grown here (plant with a big leaf like rhubarb). It was smoked during the war when tobacco was scarce. Clais refers to a drain, furrow, hollow, pit. A leath-chlais can refer to the half-furrow at one side of a potato bed. (1), The Tannery is a student residence in Dublin in the famous Liberties area, right next to New Mill, its sister building. The area is popular for its amazing nightlife as well as shopping and culture. Students who choose to stay at The Tannery will be able (1), The Tannery student accommodation (1), The Will Park was the name given to the field before 1897 (how far back is not known). The Field over the Pond is the name after 1919. (1), The alt name refers to the south end of this field (1), The ancient fort of Ballycatten, the second largest ringfort in Ireland. This fort with its triple ramparts saw many a battle and it was at this ancient spot that the Vikings were first defeated in a pitch battle by the Munster men in AD 910 (1), The big field here was once divided into three fields. Before 1897 this middle field was called the Scruin Scaan, after 1919 when it joined with the field to the north-west it was called the Field abreast the pond. (see also the field to the south-east) (1), The big field here was once divided into three fields. Before 1897 this upper field was called the Low Park, after 1919 when it joined with the field to the south-east it was called the Field abreast the pond. (see also the field to the south-east) (1), The castle was built in 1622 by Sir William Parsons (1), The centre park in the Esker Pines estate (1), The complex is named after their most famous player Jim O'Regan. The Club was founded in 1947. (1), The field known as the Forty Ridges was so called because it was said that it took 40 "beds" of potatoes to feed the troops who were stationed there. Camphouse was a military establishment when the town of Gowran was an important centre in those days. (1), The field used to extend across the forest (which was not there) to the field The Old Street. (1), The first trees of Terryland Forest Park were planted in this area on Sunday March 11th 2000 by circa 3000 volunteers of all ages (1), The flood gates of the Bandon River stood at this location. They were built between 1618 and 1628. (1), The gate lodge to Greyfort House (not extant) (1), The graveyard is a burial ground that has no old grave stones. The grave is simply a crude hole 30ft across, into which a mass of bodies were thrown and covered over with only a foot of soil after a battle, that took place in front of the house in about 1 (1), The hill fort is 3000 years old, the oldest known in Ireland (1), The kerb leads onto an uneven road surface (1), The kiln was in the north-eastern corner, roughly where the house is now. (1), The lane is blocked of on either side to prevent dumping. (1), The large field here was once divided into two smaller fields: The Upper Whites and the Lower Whites (2), The large field here was once divided into two smaller fields: the southern field called The Lower Boch, the northern field name is unknown (1), The late night bus service from Dublin Bus. (1), The main circular walk, and loops through a mixture of woodland and farmland. (1), The middle field (between the road and the river) - hence an pháirc i lár (1), The national folk theatre of Ireland (1), The nautical Galley Restaurant is informal by design and has an extensive menu ranging from coffee and tray bakes to bistro 3 course meals and is designed to suit all tastes at affordable prices. (1), The objectives of the centre are;
* Provides a meaningful and therapeutic training environment for people with an intellectual disability,
* Day attenders are offered a range of training modules that they can choose to participate in.
* Encouraged and sup (2), The old historical entrance, not in use for general/ticketed entry. (1), The old school house (1), The only remnant of a monastery founded by St Columba/St Colmcille in 512. (1), The original name for this lagoon was Loch Tóchair, which is Irish for 'the lake of the causeway'. The causeway was at the northern end of the lake, leading from the mainland to the island where the tower-house, leaning tower and ruined church are today. (1), The origins of Lisronagh Church are not recorded anywhere and as such the early history is surrounded with doubt. This period in history was a time of oppression for Roman Catholics in Ireland, with the Penal Laws in place. (1), The public path ends at the western face of the bridge, beyond that is privaete property ( incuding the bridge itself ). (1), The relationship between the fen and the Grand Canal and the milling industry (1), The river that flows through Castlebridge is actually a canal that replaced the original river. It was dug out by hand to allow sailing cots that loaded up in the various docks of Castlebridge to get to Wexford Town more quickly. (1), The scene of a battle in circa 1620 (1), The school was situated in the south where the house is now. (1), The sculpture is in recognition of the horse “Drumcree” that was bred from the village and which went on to win the Aintree Grand National in 1903. (1), The unusual name Droichead Uí Cnuasaigh comes from a nickname for a local branch of the O'Donovan family the "Uí Cnuasaigh". Name derives from Cnó (nuts) and Cnuasaigh is to gather nuts. There are still lots of hazelnut trees all along Caol a dá Ghníomh b (1), The well the village named after (1), There are 2 separate miniature railway lines in the grounds of Marlay Park in Dublin 16. Both of these lines are multi-gauge. One line is at ground level and the other is run on elevated track. The ground level line has a length of 860 metres (1), There are 2 separate miniature railway lines in the grounds of Marlay Park. Both lines are multi-gauge. One of the lines is at ground level and the other is run on elevated track. (1), There are sections of this road that has a hard shoulder which though can be very uneven and quite narrow; there are sections of this road that is quite narrow where one vehicle has to give way to a vehicle traveling in the opposite direction. (1), There are several archaeological treasures all of which are accessible along 2000 metres of gravelled walkway. (1), There are two campuses for this school; see the individual campus for address/contacts. (1), There are/were plum trees in this field (1), There had supposedly been a cluster of houses here one time. (1), There is a hole in the ground with a slab stone covering something up beside the track. It could be the location of the holy well. (1), There was Cricket played here in Greenes' formerly "Bushes" "Leahys" in the 1880s. The pin field could possibly be a connection. (1), There was a Mass path that became submerged. (1), There was a stile in the SE corner of this field called Mikies Stile (1), These cottages, now in ruins, date from the post famine era. (2), These oval-shaped mounds are the remains of Collinstown House, a Georgian mansion that used to occupy this property and once housed British Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman before it was converted for public use as a park and housing. (1), These three neolithic court cairns and a collapsed wedge are in such good condition because they were completely buried in the bog. About 20 years ago the huge capstone slipped and tipped upright and so the site was rediscovered. (1), These two fields are called The River Fields. However, another source states they were called The Long Streets and The Marlhole Field (1), These two fields are called the Long Streets and the Marlhole Field (to the north-north-east. However, another source states they were both called the River Fields (1), Think that this tranlates to the Narrow Strip (1), This area is marked as a graveyard for those who lived within the workhouse. (1), This ares is a local picnic area around an old canal bridge with picnic bences and parking (1), This building is in ruins and completely covered in vegetation (2020). It was originally built as a storage building for storing apples, after which it became a dwelling house. (1), This building was a former workhouse that served over 1,000 people during the Irish famine. It was then converted to a poor house and eventually a day hospital where men and woman lived in separate blocks. In later years it now houses HSC workers and is o (1), This cemetry was used for burieal of soldiers based at the nearby Crinkill Baracks (1), This coffee shop is out of business. (1), This court deals in family and criminal law (1), This describes the group of buildings here (1), This entrance is temporarily unavailable. It will join the new Bradford Heights road when it is completed. (2), This farmland is disused (11), This farmland is disused
(1), This farmland is no longer in use
(1), This field is now part of a larger field (1), This field is now part of a larger field (1), This field was once divided into two smaller fields, called Near Gollough's Bush & Gollough's Bush. These are the names given before 1897 (how far back is not known). After the fields were joined, the new field was called The Lower Back (1), This graveyard is now disused. St. James' Church of Ireland church which adjoined this cemetary has been demolished. In 1900 the remains of the 190 victims from the Boadicea shipwreck (1816) were reinterred here (1), This grotto was made famous in the mid-1980s by the Moving Statue when some locals claimed to have witnessed the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary moving spontaneously (1), This house (2), This is a ancient structure. Known as the Gateway to Ulster, it may have defended the ancient Irish kingdom of Ulster. This area was the main road to Navan Fort, the capital of the Kingdom of Ulster. It's almost a ancient border
(1), This is a castellated miniature fort with circular gun-holes and five battlemented towers situated on one of two islands within the lake.
It would have been constructed just shortly before, or at the same time as, the famous defence by the British of the (1), This is a circular mound planted with a spiral of beech trees to the side of the lake.
It would appear to have been a practical and ornamental use for the soil excavated to create the lake itself. Feuillé is an appropriate name as the word ‘folly’ is an (1), This is a private licenced boat service that is runs periodically to the island. This runs mostly during the summer months to support the tourist trade. If whether is bad then the ferry will not run. (1), This is a public beach. It is also a very popular place for Baptisms (1), This is all that is left of a field below the road called Ciad na gainní. The field now has two houses and a shed built on it. (1), This is an old water pump house which was part of Portarlington power station. Which was closed in 1988 (1), This is name of the point on top of the hill. Also spelt as Cifín. Could possibly translate to The Seat of Finn (Mac Cumhail) (1), This is phonetic pronunciation. Not sure what it means (1), This is the entrance to the ruins of an old jail ("gaol" in Gaelic or Irish language). For a few centuries lived a man named McElligott. This man had four castles in Ballymacelligott and this jail was part of one of those castles. (1), This is the field on the slope (1), This is the former Knockcroghery Primary School. Currently used as a community centre and surgery. Election voting also takes place here for Local, National and European Elections. (1), This is the site of St. Margaret's House, demolished in the early 1900s (1), This lodge was built for Darraghville House which became the Holy Faith Convent. Another lodge to the southeast of the house was demolished as part of the building of the new church in Kilcoole. (1), This marlhole was used to provide marl for to make bricks to build houses. There was a kiln beside it, hence the Kiln Field. (1), This path looks private, but is the access path to Ballinakelly Wood. It passes by a farm and a model equipment shop, but signs welcome you into the woods as soon as you get to the gate. (1), This pole is an obstacle to wheelchair and buggy users (5), This route must be followed in an anticlockwise direction by cyclists, in accordance with waymarkers. (2), This sculpture celebrates Portmarnock's unique role in world aviation history. This beach, known as the Velvet Strand, was used as a runway for the first successful East-West Transatlantic solo flight, on 24th June 1930. (1), This shelter is in Arraglen, the map shows its 20 m from the ruins in the abandoned village of Arraglen. (1), This spring feeds into the Brosna river (1), This structure was built during the 1840s as a dyke to hold back the River Corrib. The stone used in its construction came from quarries nearby, in upper Terryland and Coolough. (1), This translates to the Small Garden. Small haggart used for threshing (1), This unusual drinking is inscribed: "Whosoever drinketh the water that I shall give him...shall never thirst again". (1), This used to run all the way down to the Coast Road. It is marked on the British War office map and was used by carriages and horses as the main road was too steep (1), This was a hill but was drained in the 1920's or 30's (1), This was once a field but is no part of a larger field (1), This was once the old Carne school for the children of this area. (1), This was originally a site with 2 semi-detached houses. now it is a single residence (Note: No number 34) (1), This was the site where the horses were changed near the turnpike (1), This well was extent in 1840 (OS Maps), not shown on 25-inch 1888-1913 OS Map. Extent in 2021. (1), This well was once used to wash the wheels of the cart (horse and cart) of the owners of St. Margaret's. In very ancient times it was an Celtic well
(1), This well was used as a source of drinking water by Lil Daly - JB (1), This well was used as a source of drinking water by horses coming from Castlehaven creamery - JB (1), This well was used as a source of drinking water by the cottages which were at the top of road - source DH (1), This wood once formed part of the Salter Townsend estate whose residence was at nearby Castletownsend. Historical features ... include a sturdy stone wall known as the “Famine” wall, built during the famine to keep deer within the estate. (1), Thomas Davis GFC Corrishego (1), Thought to mean The Wet Field (1), Thought to mean the Rock At the Short-Cut. Horse and cart could go here in olden days and it was a short-cut frrom the field to the road. There is a story that two locals left their horses and carts on the road and hid here when they heard a Black And Tan (1), Three adjoining fields had this name (3), Three adjoining fields were known as The Bainseachs. Turf grew here one time. (1), Three star Family-run hotel (1), Through fields (1), Timor Domini pons vitae. Ossa damus medicis animam mandamus amici. (1), Tipperary Heritage Way, East Munster Way (1), Titanic Walk Apartments (1), To Corlea Centre (1), To Corlea Centre / Canal Walk (2), To St Patrick's Well (1), Tober - Well
a' - (of) the
Ghrafín - (possibly)=Graifnigh - Make noise (1), Tobertaskin Airstrip (1), Toome to Coleraine (1), Totem pole (1), Town Houses (1), Townland Acres not in 1911 census, but added to not leave an enclave. (1), Townland Cah spelled Cam in 1911 census (1), Townland name (1), Townland of Laragh not included in 1911 census. (1), Townsend Street to Enniskerry (1), Traditional Irish Bar in Durrow , Co.Laois. (1), Traditional Irish bar with live sport. (1), Traditional Irish bar with open fire and traditional music (1), Traditionally associated with cures for aliments of the eyes. (1), Trail leading to the summit of Little Sugar Loaf. Access allowed by agreement with the landowners. (1), Tralee Bypass Cycleway (2), Tralee Library, Local Studies and Archives department, and Kerry Library Headquarters. (1), Transaction fee of 3,95€ applies (1), Transfer point only, no public access (1), Translated as 'Port Of The Mare'. So named due to a horse swimming from Portstewart Harbour round to the point where the horse exited the water. (1), Translated as the Field of the Little Apples by a local source (1), Translated by Lankford as The Bog Of The Kings (1), Translates as Arthur's Small Field. Apparently named after Arthur Sheehy. Also listed as Móinteán Lee by a source that is not the owner (1), Translates as The Big Field (2), Translates as The Lodge Field. Four fieelds had the same name. Now one field (4), Translates as The Small Field (1), Translates as the Big Field. Also listed on Lankford as The Long Clais. Described as a meadow but has rock in it (1), Translates as the New Field (1), Translates as the Priest's Field (1), Translates as the Small Clover Field. Buildings there now (1), Translates to Small Field (1), Translates to The Big Field. This field runs up to the top of Cnoc Na nGabhar. There is a wedge tomb on the south west border (1), Translates to The Field Of The Children's Graveyard. There was supposedly an infant's burial ground here (1), Translates to The Field Of The Horses (1), Translates to The Field Of The Spring/Well (1), Translates to The Middle Field. Two adjoining fields had the same name (1), Translates to The Small Field (1), Translates to the Big Field (1), Translates to the Cows' Field (1), Translates to the Field Of The Way/Route? Maybe related to Bealach which is further up the hill (1), Translates to the Field Of The Young (1), Translates to the Hill Of Goats. Apparently wild goats roamed here in olden days (1), Translates to the Horse's Field. Second field with this name (1), Translates to the Horses Field. It was used for grazing horses. Two fields with this name very close. (1), Translates to the Long Field (1), Translates to the Middle Field. Two adjoining fields had the same name (1), Translates to the Sheep's Field. Also listed as Garraidhe Óg which may translate to The Young (New?) Potato Field (1), Translates to the Small Field (2), Translates to the Soft/Wet Field. Both fields are called Pairc A Phoirt (1), Translation of Spoda unknown (2), Translation to be added. Also listed by Lankford as Móna Ailig (1), Translation unknown (3), Translation unknown - Lankford suggests it might be Cuas na Sruthán (1), Translation unknown. Also decribed in Lankford as The Bawnses (two fields in one) but three fields south are The Bainseachs so might be mixed up (1), Translation unknown. Also described (along with Cabhlachín) as The Claises by Lankford (1), Translation unknown. Apparently there were also deer paddocks in this field. Deer were held there in the past - usedto have high walls but knocked down now (1), Translation unknown. Cut off from owner's other fields. Access gained through right-of-way on adjoining farmer's land (1), Translationn not known (1), Trawler Wreck (1), Treated water storage reservoir (1), Treatment and reservoir at Carrigan Beg /N of Red Hill (1), Tree species information (1), Trees planted by people in Galway in 2002 (1), Trees planted by the people in Galway in 2002 (1), Trinity Biotech plc is a public company, specialising in the development, manufacture and marketing of clinical diagnostic products. For more details, you can contact at +353 1 276 9800. (1), Tropical/marine fish, reptiles and garden pond equipment. Some other pets (1), Truck transport company (1), Trá - Beach
na - (of) the
M (1), Tráig - Beach
a' - (of) the
Tí - Houses (1), Tráigín - Little Beach
a' - (of) the
Léighileáin - (1), Tullanaglare not in 1911 census, but included to not leave an enclave (1), Tully's Bar is all things to all people. A tasty home cooked lunch, the best craft beers on tap, incredible coffee, good tunes and great people can all be found in Tully's. (1), Tullynagarn and Druminshinardagh not in 1911 census, but included so to not leave an enclave. (1), Tumulus (1), Tureen Creamery, sub creamery of Boherbue Coop. (1), Turlough (7), Twin 110kV from here west (1), Twin Lime Kilns, disused. Visible from the road (1), Twins Towns - lost & found dogs (1), Two commemorative public benches and table in remembrance of Thomas Breslin (1956-2017) R.I.P. "Rest a while me auld pal", and Vera Breslin née Shortall (1933-2015) R.I.P. "Last of The Traditional Street Vendors in Dún Laoghaire" (1), Two fields got this name as they were drained like war trenches (2), Two fields named after the woman that lived there. Cottage now being renovated (2), Two gates, larger one for restricted vehicle access is usually locked but smaller one for pedestrians and bicycles is open. (1), Two round stone pillars, possibly once part of servant's entrance to St. Margaret's house (1), Two square stone/cement pillars, entrance to farm at Ringsherane. Another two stone/cement pillars as field gate (1), Two stone pillars as probable entrance to garden (1), Two stone pillars as probable entrance to garden
(1), Two-storey farmhouse dating from early 20th century. (1), Two-storey house built in the early 1980s. (1), Two-storey house which operated as a post office until the 1970s (1), Two-storey house with single storey at rear (1), Twynholm AGI to Ballylumford AGI (2), Twynholm AGI to Ballylumford AGI (1), Tynan to Pettigoe (1), Tynans's is a classic Irish bar in the heart of Kilkenny city dating back to 1703. (1), Type-2 AC Socket 3.7kW (Available)
24 hour access (1), Tyre shop, replacement tyres and tyre repair (1), UL Wayfinding Board (3), UNITY FARM,UK-PORTUGAL (1), USA President Barrack Obama's ancestors hail from Moneygall. (1), Uachtar - Upper
Bhaile - Village (1), Ulster Bank staff parking (1), Ulsterbus services 300A, 220A, 253A returning to Ballymartin Park & Ride from Belfast City Centre
(1), Under construction February 2017 First homes occupied October 2017 Originally named Regent Park (1), Under construction October 2017 (1), University College Dublin Devlin Park for sports. (1), University of Limerick Stone (1), Urban Life Flags (1), Used by a number of organizations and for retreats. (1), Used during WWII (1), Used for display purposes only, shop is on High Street. (1), Used in the window. (1), Used to be Clonmelon Motors Ltd with Esso forecourt, now closed. (1), Used to be a Shortal castle according to O'Kelly. (1), Used to be called after one of the old merchant families Lee or Ley. (1), Used to be owned by John Thomas Coghill around 1816. (1), Used to be used as a sheltered area for cattle. (1), Used to include the house sites above it (1), Used to store turf, mangolds (for the cattle) and also pits of potatoes which were covered in straw for the winter (1), Used to stretch all the way to the townsland border. (1), Used tyre collection facility. He does not fit or sell tyres. (1), Usually locked (1), VIP (Visitor Information Point) (1), VIP Taxis is a leading corporate taxi company, located in Dublin, Ireland. (1), VR (Victorian pillar box) must have been moved from a different site. (1), VW Sales and Service; Audi Service; Mercedes Commercials (1), Vanman provides a highly professional removal service which has resulted in it becoming one of the most used removal companies in Ireland. (1), Vernacular thatched cottage with traditional straw roof (1), Very Good Pub with a Pool Table and outdoor seating area (1), Very steep (3), Vet Belfast (1), Vet Vets (1), Victoria Drummond Tower was built as a Folly Tower in the victorian period in 1858 by Victor Drummond Delap as part of Monasterboice House & Demesne. The tower is regarded as a folly tower built in remembrance of his late mother Victoria Drummond Delap. R (1), Victorian gatelodge (1), View of Bray Head and Dublin Bay (1), View of Lough Lanagh & Croagh Patrick (1), Viewpoint terrace with telescope (free), accessible from Glin church area. Benches on the road. (1), Views of Front Strand Beach and Atlantic Ocean to the South (1), Views of both sides of Dingle Peninsula (1), Viking boat symbolising the viking raids (1), Visible from air only (2), Visiconnex is a fully licensed monitoring centre that specialises in the design, installation and monitoring of live CCTV systems, Intruder Alarm and Lone Worker monitoring solutions. (1), Visitors are required to register their car with RFC on arrival (2), WHITESANDS BAY TO 20°WEST (1), WIDEMOUTH - PORTUGAL (1), Waiting Room (1), Waiting spot for shuttle bus. (1), Wales-Ireland undersea power cable. (2), Walking Trail description (1), Warehouses (1), Was 3 fields. Was Crotty's and Downies before that. (1), Was Mrs Flemmings (1), Was Nolans of Legan Thomastown (1), Waste bin for beach litter (1), Watch House (1), Water Safety Information (1), Water tower (1), Waterfoot to Ballycastle (1), Waterlane House contains flats behind two doors. Flat 1 has it's own door on the Eastern end of the building and Flats 2, 3 and 4 on the Northern end. (1), Waterwheel for mill (1), Waymark for the Sugar Loaf Way (9), We Create, collaborative workspace and FabLab (fabrication space - 3d printing, CNC router etc.) (1), We are a community bicycle workshop and social enterprise based in Dun Laoghaire and offereing mobility bicycle for lease, upcycling of donated second hand bicycles to donate to lower income and dis-advantaged groups, training in bicycle maintenance, and (1), We are a construction and property maintenance company based in Limerick and servicing clients throughout Munster and beyond. (1), We do repairs, buy and sell phones, tablets, laptops, computers and gaming consoles. (1), We have listened to our customers, tweaked our setting and created a brand new menu offering tasty popular dishes, served up with passion by our head chef Gary Murphy. (1), We offer you an environment for personal and spiritual growth and a place to develop new practices. Deepen your happiness using yoga, reiki, meditation, shamanic practices, NLP and mindfulness. (1), We serve contemporary new menus that combine locally sourced ingredients to create signature Maldron dishes and micro brew beers to compliment them. With plenty of healthy eating options along with a range of seafood and vegetarian dishes. (1), Web: https://waterlevel.ie/0000030083/ (1), Wedge Gallery Grave (1), Well maintained Marian shire depicting Virgin Mary & St Bernadette. Dedicated by Bishop Cornelius Lucey, who celebrated mass at the opening in '54. Though the weather was said to have been terrible, a huge crowd was present for the occasion. Lit by night. (1), Well providing fresh drinking water to nearby families. This well rearely if ever dried up. (1), West bound (1), Western gable with doorway most intact, Eastern gable less so, Southern wall very low. Headstones inside church and outside. (1), Wet grassland (2), Wetsuits, surf board, SUP hire (1), Wheelchair lift inside front door and specially adapted toilet for wheelchair use (1), Whether grabbing a bite before your flight or catching up with colleagues over coffee and pastry, good food is served throughout the day in our relaxing lobby lounge. (1), White Park not in 1911 census (1), White Rock is a small sandy cove accessed down approx. 100 steps from Vico Road. It can also be accessed from Killiney beach at low tide. (1), White Strand beach is a relatively small sandy beach at the end of a narrow rock-flanked bay. Beach bye-laws are in place with horse riding an (1), Whitecliff boundary wall (2), WiFi AP (1), Wicklow Countryside Agreed Access Route - Little Sugar Loaf (1), Wild Flower Meadow (1), Willow bed and wetland (1), Wine bar, Bistro, Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Salads (1), Wishing tree - part of Aggie's fairy trail where people (children) can hang their wishes (1), Women's Pool (1), Wood wheel bin store (1), Woodland Trust Planted Wood (1), Woodland cover probably an extension of the adjacent ancient woodland of Cuildermot (1), Woodstown Lower, Ballyglan (1), YOI Ramen is a Japanese restaurant dedicated to bringing the delicious flavours of Japan directly to Dubliners. Specialising in ramen and sushi, all of our meals are made fresh daily with high quality ingredients. (1), Yoga and Antenatal Studio (1), Youth Club, administered by Cross Care at the Boylan Community Centre across the street. (1), Youth Information Service (1), a popular place to sit to view the ducks and enjoy your afternoon lunch (1), a statue dedicated to revolutionary 1798 leader Robert Emmet (1), a stonecircle of a formerly farmyard (1), access code available from Spar (1), access to marina (1), according to O'Kelly, townland name means "church of Laithreach" (1), added Ballymanagh from 1885 source (1), aged 6 years (1), aged 77 (1), alternative things so goth, punk and so on (1), an old road pump that failed as it was too close to the shore (1), ancient pilgrim's path. This route was mapped follwing the description in the discovery series map when we walked it in 2010. Local signs are infrequent and another path with the same name exists, too. (1), and John Banim Windgap Cottage Kilkenny, Poet, Novelist and Playwright (1), apartments on upper floor (1), approx 250m offshore buffer for VC H38 (to correct for coastline & low tide line) (4), arch that looks classicist in architecture from across the river (1), armorial plaque (1), artificial lake (1), at rear of Spar shop (1), baker (1), banned entry (1), bar and restaurant (1), beach of sea shells (1), beech, spruce, larch and oak (1), behind a power pole (1), bikes, repairs, rentals, accessories (1), bivallate ringfort, judging from aerial photograph (1), board about Ross castle history (1), boiler house complex (1), bottle bank (1), boundaries only a guestimate, because unmapped street names make following 1911 census impossible (1), break glass for key (1), bridge (1), by National Council For The Blind (1), cakes, scones, cupcakes, tarts, bread, honey, apple juice, granola, jams, chutneys, pickles, quiches, sausage rolls, all freshly produced by local people (1), cattle shed (1), check website for opening hours (1), chinese (2), chinese, asian, take away (1), closed in winter, cf. website (1), closed road (1), clothes (1), clothes, furniture, books, toys,... (1), coffee 1€ (1), coffee, tee and cake for free donation (1), combination of Census 1901 and 1911, because there was a gap in the relation because of missing townlands (1), compulsory purchase order (1), converted into library which is now closed as well (1), crafts, soups, Barrow Museum, bikes, kayaks (1), creche (6), creche, montessori (1), creek with scenic view on Newfoundland bay (1), cutting (1), cycle lanes/shared use pavements along the A24 Belfast - Carryduff (1), cycle trail along Strangford Lough (1), deemed unfit for human habitation (CoCo notice 2020) (1), demolition notice 11/12/19 (2), disused (1), dog kennels (1), double lime kiln (1), dried up (1), dried up (March 2021) (1), driveway to 151a (1), early Christian church (1), eatery, coffee house (1), electric cars only (1), empty (1), empty plot (demolished, brownfield site) (1), eparking: 3212 (1), excavation site since 2019 under Kilkenny Archaeology (1), extents of the ruin measure about 10x10m with a wall thickness of 1.14 m. One window and one corbel stone in northern wall remain (survey 2021-06-22) (1), fabric (1), faint seam of Cork Red Marble, actually limestone. (1), fast food (2), features mock-Tudor elements (1), filled in by Laois County Council (1), flat rock sitting on ground over a plint (1), flat sculpture/mural of a squirrel (1), folly (1), former Cotton Mill & Irish Tanners factory (1), former KBC Bank (1), former bit of NCN93 that was de-designated by Sustrans in Summer 2020 cos it was 'on road' (1), former bit of NCN99 that Sustrans de-designated in Summer 2020 (1), former section of Sustrans National Cycle Route 93 - section on Rathlin Island (1), former site of Merlin Woods Primary School (moved since 2014) (1), former tower house, converted from church into castle (1), fortifications (1), fossil Worm track in sandstone (1), fossils in the rocks, small hammer needed. (1), fram access (3), free wifi (1), free, no sanitary facilities (1), get key at till in SPAR (1), gore bush (1), gort - field
garbh - uneven; rugged (1), heated natural ‘sea water’ pool (1), highest Peak in Donegal (1), home and children, contemporary gifts (1), homeware and grocery, hardware and paints (1), horizontal type with dot (1), horse and dog watering trough built by Colles family, now filled with gravel and disused (1), house (1), http://claregalway.info/history/the-nine-arches/ (1), http://connachttribune.ie/road-improvements-sound-death-knell-former-railway-bridge-200/ (1), http://dalatahotelgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/00130-Acquisition-Announcement-Kevin-Street-26-May-2016.pdf (1), http://irishantiquities.bravehost.com/galway/grange/kilroemill.html
Now part of PRIVATE farm. No public access. (1), http://pstewartrewinds.business.site (1), http://www.apex.org.uk/accommodation/creggmount/ (1), http://www.bbceng.info/Install/Transmitter%20Projects/Reminiscences/Lisnagarvey/Lisnagarvey_Blaw-Knox.htm (1), http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=WM®no=15402916 (1), http://www.dublincity.ie/upgraded-cycle-parking-facility-opens-drury-street-car-park (1), http://www.glucksman.org/projects/bandfield (1), http://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/banagher-glen-walking-route# (1), http://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/roe-valley-country-park-walking-route# (1), http://www.irisharchitectureawards.ie/annual-awards/2001/esat-telecommunications-millennium-landmark (1), http://www.irishtimes.com/business/energy-and-resources/liquidator-appointed-to-mayo-renewable-power-as-rescue-plan-fails-1.2887942 (1), http://www.irishtimes.com/business/new-ringsend-power-plant-approved-1.261873 (1), http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/reopening-of-stepaside-garda-station-set-to-be-announced-1.3004648 (1), http://www.kenmare.ie/members/kenmare-suspension-bridge/ (1), http://www.newtownabbeytoday.co.uk/news/council-close-to-finalising-purchase-of-glengormley-police-station-1-6667495 (1), http://www.stickybottle.com/latest-news/when-you-see-this-notice-you-know-cycling-is-taking-over-ireland/ (1), http://www.thesheepsheadway.ie/index.cfm/page/coomkeen_loop (1), http://www.thesheepsheadway.ie/index.cfm/page/farranamanagh_loop_walk (1), http://www.thesheepsheadway.ie/index.cfm/page/funeral_path_loop_walk (1), http://www.thesheepsheadway.ie/index.cfm/page/lighthouse_loop_walk (1), http://www.walkni.com/iat/ (1), https://g.co/kgs/qjGF3Y (1), https://maps.app.goo.gl/H5isYr1mZt7WBxDv7 (1), https://mountainviews.ie/summit/371/ (1), https://mountainviews.ie/summit/904/ (1), https://outmoreni.com/place/205-an-creag-n (1), https://outmoreni.com/place/63-gortin-glen-forest-park (1), https://outmoreni.com/place/65-lough-navar-forest (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1583-an-creag-n-biodiversity-trail (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1584-an-creag-n-forest-and-river-trail (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1720-gortin-forest-ladies-view (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1721-gortin-forest-nature-trail (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1722-gortin-forest-pollan-trail (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1723-gortin-lakes (2), https://outmoreni.com/route/1759-lough-fea (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1761-lough-navar-forest-lough-navar-lakes-walk (1), https://outmoreni.com/route/1829-rousky-walk (2), https://outmoreni.com/route/1918-fardross-forest-river-trail (1), https://planning.agileapplications.ie/dunlaoghaire/application-details/79385#documents (1), https://walkni.com/walks/belmore-forest-pollnagollum-cave-walk/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/carrigan-forest-lough-formal-walk/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/causeway-hill-from-killeter-village/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/crockbrack-way/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/crocknagrally-forest/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/glenties-to-killeter/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/hudys-way/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/iniscarn-forest/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/killeter-to-gortin/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/loughmacrory-lough/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/moydamlaght-forest-eagles-rock-trail/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/moydamlaght-forest-short-trail/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/reubens-glen/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/robbers-table/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/sloughan-glen/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/springhill-house-sawpit-hill-walk/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/springhill-house-woodland-walk/ (1), https://walkni.com/walks/vinegar-hill-loop (1), https://www.buildingsofireland.ie/buildings-search/building/11814102/hill-house-tipper-road-naas-east-naas-kildare (1), https://www.corkbearings.ie/ (1), https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/springhill/trails/beech-hill-walk-at-springhill
http://www.walkinginyourcommunity.com/find-a-walk/11629/springhill-house-beech-walk/ (1), https://www.novas.ie/services/abigail-womens-centre/ (1), https://www.rte.ie/news/leinster/2018/0423/956516-offaly/ (1), https://www.talkofthetown.ie/sold-signs-go-up-at-former-authentic-foods-company-facility/ (1), in memory of his children (1), in ruins (1), includes Island Rainey from 1901 census (1), including dryer (1), incomplete (1), incompletely chiseled, only T shape (1), indoor soft play centre for 2-11yrs (1), information about Holy Island (1), information about church (2), information about ruins on Holy Island (3), inner cloister arcading (3), just parts of a ruin of an old castle, but nice looking go to the "lake side hotel" parking place and follow the sign to the "lake side walk" (1), known as "Lios Aimhreidh", enclosure covering with its double rampart an area of about 3 acres. (1), lake (1), library has been shut down (1), licenced restaurant and gift shop (1), lifepak CRplus (2), lime products (1), little stone bridge over a stream flowing into the Shannon, stone walls on either side , start of Aggie's Fairy Trail (1), little stonecircle made of six stones. one is destroyed. the circle is in the muddle of a cow field (1), livestock housing (1), locally produced high quality meat (1), located in the lobby of Parliament Buildings (1), located inside SuperValu (1), location of the lookout during Penal Times when people went to mass at the mass rock (1), long stone pillars, laid horizontally for worshippers to sit on during mass (3), lovely little wooden hut , part of fairy trail (1), lying flat on the ground (2), map about fishing (1), map board showing local hiking trails (2), map of Cahermurphy Loop Walk (1), map of East Clare Way ECW (1), map of forest walks (2), map of walks and hikes (1), map of whole site (1), mapCork (2), mapped by Sustrans as a 'National Cycle Network link route' (1), marked on Sustran's NCN mapping as a 'National Cycle Network link route' (1), means "bottom of the valley" (1), memorial on Kilmurry Wood walk (1), mixed hedgerow (1), moldavien and romanian products (1), motorcycle parts, accessories & clothing (1), name is due to an incident during the famine when locals herded cattle they stole here and ate them. (1), named after George Rothe (1), near old abandoned cottages (1), new house built 2015 on footprint of a ruined barn (1), new pier (1), no 13 vacant with planning permission notice 6 Jan 2020 (1), no trace found during survey, very overgrown with furze and brambles (1), no visible traces of graveyard (1), not a holy well according to the man living next to the railway station since his childhood when it was their source of water (1), not in good condition (1), not signposted, looked dried out, even though the area around was very wet (1), not working 2021-07-01 (1), notice of proposed development by Local Authority 31 July 2020 (1), office suppliers (1), old RIC barracks (1), on left side of step (1), on the right guard stone at the entrance into the farmyard (1), on-street bicycle hoops (1), one of three white towers (3), one of two white towers (2), only bus service to Glendalough (1), only open when community garden is open (1), open to 18h, whole da breakfast and free WiFi (1), organic, café, catering (1), outdoor skatepark (2), outdoors/hiking equipment (1), outside front door (1), outside house no. 2 (1), overgrown wall, barrier put in to prevent dumping (1), part of Aggie's fairy trail (1), part of the abandoned canal project (1), path barely visible, difficult to follow; vestigial at best. (1), pi (π) shaped altar (1), pier down steep steps (1), pigeon house (1), pitch and putt (1), planning permission notice dated 28 Aug 2015 (1), planning permission ref 12615 (1), playground (1), plough levelled (1), plough-levelled (1), polish and romanian products (1), pop-up shop (1), possible Viking settlement site (1), possibly the shed referred to in the fieldname (1), possibly vacant (2), possibly vacant survey 2021-11-08 (1), possibly widening of bridge (1), postal address (1), private lane ahead. Strictly No Public Access (1), private of Royal Irish regiment aged 49 (1), private pontoon (1), pronounced 'The Cloch' in English (1), public footpath linking Church Road and Church View running along perimeter of primary school (1), public house (1), pump house (1), pumphouse (1), quartz boulder (1), radar dome (1), rectangular shaped altar (1), remains of platform that was a coast guard station (1), remains of railway bridge (1), removed in 2005 (1), replica of the Dunbrody (1845) (1), restored (2), rich wet grassland (1), rock art (1), rocks (1), rocky beach (1), room from 60 € (1), ruined castle directly at the n71. therw is a small parking place for three cars some meters away (1), seating capacity 42000 (1), seems to be reserved for priests (1), seems to have been deconstructed (1), sells books, rain troursers, candles, postcards etc (1), seven stones in a circle. they are called the seven sisters. their "parents" are standing some meters away (two standing stones) (1), shared cycle/footpath alongside the A22 (1), shared cycle/footpath alongside the A7 (1), shared use footway along Hollywood Road (1), sheela-na-gig in doorway (1), short stretch of cycle lane on southbound A55, connecting with Comber Greenway (1), signed advisory cycle route Carryduff to Saintfield along minor roads. (1), site of Fern Hall (1), site of a former castle; punch-dressed stones reused in more modern buildings, including the lime kiln (1), site of one of the first Land League rallies to prevented the eviction of Anthony Dempsey and family. (1), site of the National Ploughing Championship 2013, 2014, 2015 (1), slate (1), small waterfall of the Crinnagh River (1), smart card required (1), smartcard required (1), sport apparel (1), sports_pavillion (1), stationery, office equipment (1), statue of Steve "Crusher" Casey (1), steep, a good deal over 10%, touches 20% just before the top. (1), steps in bad repair, sign suggests access via footpath (1), stops in Ballyragget, Castlecomer, Clough, Newtown (1), this is not an official way but seemed to be used before (1), this path from the pier is closed large steel fences totally block access as its unsafe with sheer drop on the left into the sea. (1), three-piece monument consisting of a sculpture of Thomas Woodgate in plain clothes and in his uniform, an information panel and a map of the island of Ireland. (1), traditionally believed to heal scalds and burns (wikipedia) (1), trigonometric point (1), two green ventilation poles (1), under glass cover at visitor reception (1), unpaved path (2), used for the movie "Lock Up Your Daughters" (1), used to be full of rabbits, hence the name (1), used to be marked by a cross (1), used to stretch to the road before these houses were built (1), vehicle storage compound (1), very overgrown area, couldn't find the well at inspection on a dry day (1), view of the Ness Woods Waterfall (1), was SNIPS barber shop (1), was land commission (1), washing: 8kg 4€, 18kg 8€; dry: 2-12€ (1), way abandoned (1), well (3), wet grassland (1), white-washed with letters in black (1), windows boarded up (1), within a stone structure (1), wood trail (1), wood walk (1), £3.50 per vehicle to pass road-gate. Pedestrian-only access is free. (1), Íochtar - Lower
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