knumv's
dance:style6ballet (2), ballet;hip_hop;zumba (1), break_dance;hip_hop (1), contemporary (1), modern_ballroom; latin_american; other (1),
dance:teaching12yes (12),
dataset1http://tess-data.stars4all.eu/ (1),
date7161313 (1), 1318 (1), 1595 (1), 1738? (1), 17th July 1941 (1), 1849;1888 (15), 1869 (1), 1874 (1), 1875 (72), 1878 (4), 1880 (2), 1881 (2), 1885 (177), 1888 (3), 1898 (1), 1900 (131), 1930 (2), 1936 (3), 1941 (1), 1942 (1), 1946 (33), 1947 (1), 1953 (1), 1970 (37), 1976 (2), 2006 (3), 2009 (60), 2014 (2), 2017 (11), 2018 (42), George V (1), Saorstat Eireann (1), Victoria (1), at 1976 (1), c.1780 (6), c.1798 (1), no (19), pre 1938 (1), pre1849 (15), un (3), uncertain (46), yes (8),
date:end11953 (1),
date:start11952 (1),
date_planted1unknown (1),
day_off47Friday (22), Monday (1), Saturday (10), Sunday (1), friday (8), saturday (2), sunday (3),
day_on46Monday (32), Saturday (1), monday (10), saturday (3),
deciduous17no (15), yes (2),
dedication1Saint Paul (1),
defibrillator1automatic (1),
defibrillator:location22At the side of the Church as you enter the pedestrian gate. The unit is inside a green metal box with key pad. You must call 999 and specify your location. The emergency services operator will then give you the code. (1), Attached to the Changing Room Portacabins. List of first responders telephone numbers available (1), Attached to the Wall beside the entrance to the Credit Union offices (1), Beside the main entry doors to EuroSpar. Fixed to the wall beside the PostOffice. The device is within an enclosed box which is opened by key code (displayed) (1), Fixed to the wall of Pennys/Primary on Oliver Plunkett Street at the corner of Robert Street and Morgan Street. (1), In the small outdoor hallway at the entrance to the Monastery Inn Pub and Restaurant. The apparatus is on in a secure cage attached to the wall here. (1), Lifeboat Station Wall (1), Located on the wall outside the door of Enfield Credit Union. The machine is enclosed in a secure box and there is a key code provided for access. (1), Located on the wall outside the main doors of the Supervalu Store. The machine is fixed to the wall and a key-code is required for access. (1), McNeills (1), Mounted to external wall in locker (1), On a post in Middle Square. (1), Outside on the wall of Haven/Gildea's Pharmacy. Beisde the side exit door off the main street. In a locked cage fixed to the wall. (1), Outside the door of the Daybreak shop at the south end of this block of buildings. (1), Outside the entrance doors to Longwood Credit Union. Aavailable 24/7 (1), The defibrilator is available in the 24/7 security hut at the main road. This is open to the public and the security staff are there at all times. (1), The defibrilator is fixed to the wall at the entrance to the Preston Brook housing estate. The unit is fixed to the wall at the end of the footpath to the north of the entrance. It is a Defibrillator requiring access code for ambulance service (1), Vivo (1), lobby (1), on the wall next to entrance (1), post security check (1), telephone booth (1),
deis2no (2),
deis_school1no (1),
del4me (4),
delivery275deliveroo (1), no (109), yes (165),
demolished12Former Location of Farm Buildings (5), Location of house (1), bridge (1), building (2), house (2), yes (1),
demolished:building12Former Location of farm building (3), Former Location of house (1), construction (1), house (1), yes (6),
demolished:highway2service (1), turning_circle (1),
demolished:house1yes (1),
demolished:name1O'Connors Shopping Centre (1),
demolished:shop1supermarket (1),
denomination3834Christian (1), Christian Fellowship (1), Church of Ireland (2), Church of Ireland (disused) (1), Church_of_Ireland (5), Church_of_Ireland_(Anglican);Roman_Catholic (1), Free_Presbyterian (1), Mullingar Christian Fellowship (1), Presbyterian (1), adventist (1), amish_mennonite (1), an# (1), anf (1), anglican (907), anglican;methodist (1), apostolic (3), baptist (61), brethren (8), catholic (1381), catholic;protestant (2), christ_scientist (1), christian (4), church of ireland (2), church_of_Ireland (2), church_of_ireland (46), congregational (5), elim (1), elim_pentecostal (11), evangelical (18), evangelical_presbyterian (1), franciscan (1), free_methodist (1), free_presbyterian (6), gospel (6), greek_orthodox (1), hare_krishna (2), hugenot (1), independent (2), independent_evangelical (4), indian_orthodox (1), jehovahs_witness (22), latter_day_saints (2), lutheran (1), methodist (113), methodist;presbyterian (3), methodist_church_in_ireland (1), moravian (2), mormon (7), nazarene (4), new_testament (1), non-denominational (1), nondenominational (9), orthodox (2), pagans (1), pentecostal (21), plymouth_brethren (1), presbyterian (323), progressive (2), protestant (94), protestant;anglican (1), quaker (12), reformed (1), roman_catholic (694), romanian_orthodox (1), russian_orthodox (1), salvation_army (3), seventh_day_adventist (5), soto (1), spiritualist (1), sunni (1), tridentine (1), triratna (1), unitarian (2), unknown (1), vineyard (1),
denotation370agricultural (162), avenue (32), cluster (2), decoration (1), fallen (1), garden (1), landmark (3), natural_monument (5), park (42), part_of_fence (6), single (24), street (8), urban (83),
department7Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (1), Biology (1), Computer Centre (1), Computer Science (1), DHSSPS (1), history (1), society (1),
department_11DOJ (1),
depot5cars (1), fuel (3), service (1),
depth61.2m (3), 18 m (1), 25 (1), 25.1 (1),
derelict8Yes (1), yes (7),
description1472 Republic of Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing. (1), Grain & Grill bar & restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, we pride ourselves on offering great food with friendly surroundings. (1), 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), "This carpark is only for people visiting King Johns Castle" Open May-Sept 10:00 to 17:30 (1), #CaifeNaTra, @caifenatra (1), (formerly Seomra Spraoi autonomous anarchist social centre) (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. (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), 1916 - 1966 (1), 1916 Commemorative Garden (1), 1939 Store (1), 1st Floor, over Honest to Goodness (1), 24 hour self-service laundromat (1), 24/7 (1), 25m pool. 5ASide pitches, weights gym, sauna, steam room, Yoga, Water aerobics, swimming lessons. (1), 3ft deep stream (1), 4 star hotel vith a great view to the lake (1), 4km walk around Clare Lake, dog and child friendly. (1), 5 upright Ogham pillars, Two water-rolled boulders, known as pulvinars, a cross slab and a bullaun (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 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 2.5 km long beach which has great surf but is not suitable for swimmer’s due to shifting sand. (1), A Celtic hill fort (ruins, only an earth bank left) (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 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 monument to former Alderman Arthur Morrison. (1), A popular grassy verge to sit and enjoy the sunshine (1), A relatively modern limestone structure, illustrated in first Ordnance Survey map circa 1847 and described as a treshing mill. (1), A school for Spanish students to learn english (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 tourist driving route that spans Ireland's scenic Atlantic coast (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), A55 cycle lanes (1), AKA Gibson's Lane (1), ALL MODULAR- 38kV Areva, 10kV NX+C (1), ALSAA Swimming Pool Complex (1), ALSAA sports complex parking (1), ATM located inside supermarket (1), Above Ground Installation;compressor-regulator (2), Access gate (1), Access to Council offices and Osprey complex (1), Access to Rathmore Clinic (1), Access to farmyard (1), Access to the island is only by written permission from Birdwatch Ireland, the area is a Nature Reserve (1), Accessories, Home, Kids, Men, Shoes, Toys, Women (1), Acupuncturist (1), AerLingus Staff Car Park (1), Aerial photo with description of all buildings in NUIM North Campus (2), Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant serving flame-grilled chicken in spicy chili sauce. (1), Alder and Birch Apartments (2), All inclusive (1), Also has a cafe. (1), Ambulance Station (1), Amphitheatre (open-air performance space) (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 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 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), Ancient pathway leading to St Bronagh's Church. Now in daily use. Not part of the Rostrevor MTB trails. (1), Angela Davidson Nee Meighan 1965 - 2005 (1), Appears to be permanently locked. (1), Appears to be permanently open as of June 2016. (1), Architect's Office in Wexford (1), Architectural Bookshop and offices of the RIAI (1), Ardlougher (1), Area to maintain shape of playing areas (1), Armada Ship (2), Armstongs Mortgage Services is a family-run mortgage broker in Northern Ireland, providing bespoke mortgage advice and guidance. (1), Art studio space, youth group and 'art school' for kids. (1), Asian Fusion Restaurant & Sushi Bar (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), Auditors and Auccountants (1), Aughrim Street Scout Cabin (1), Automatic Cleaning (1), Aviary (1), Award winning traditional Ristorante Italiano (1), B&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), Ballinamallard to Londonderry (1), Ballinlough Motors - Car Test and Repair (1), Ballyhornan to Peel (1), Ballymena to Randalstown (1), Ballymoney Showgrounds (1), Ballynure to Glenarm (1), Ballysimon North Commercial Area (1), Ballywaltrim to Dun Laoghaire (1), Banqueting Hall (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), Based in Dublin, Ireland, with 30 years' experience Tracey Solicitors are specialists in Personal Injury * Law. Making law accessible to all with our personal and client-focused approach to legal advice and services. (1), Bat species information (1), Beach bye-laws are in place with horse riding and dogs prohibited between 11am and 6pm during the summer season. (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), Belfast High School Playing Fields (1), Belfast to Newcastle (1), Belfast to Newry (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), Bench (1), Benches and flowers layed out for walkers to rest. (1), Betonklotz, weiße Fläche nach Westen (2), 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), Block B: Mapped as Officers Mess 1880 & 1939 - 5 Rooms with center room interconnecting (1), Blue Badge holders and staff only (1), Bookmakers (1), Border NI/ROI (1), Branch to N.I. (1), Brandon Point (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), Built 1713, recontructed 1993 (2), Built 1776 (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 the Walsh family in the mid 15th century. Extensive restoration work took place in 2004 (1), Built by the residents, Marian Year 1954. Marian Year Shrine: First Comittee 1953-1954. Frank Scully, Christy White, Tim Feeney, Brick Leonard, Paddy Doyle, Jack Byrne, Tommy McHale, Frank Doyle (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 13th Century by the De Burghs (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 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), Business (35), Butterfly species information (1), CLG Eoghan Rua Cúil Raithin (1), CS100 (1), CS101 (1), CUS Sports Grounds (1), Cafe, exhibition space, folklore resource (1), Café and tearooms (1), Caherconnell Multimedia Presentation (1), Camp spot - Tent 10€ (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), Car Hire Return (1), Car park (1), Cardiac Science: PowerHeart G3 (2), Cari’s Closet began as a way to bring the top designer dresses and cutting edge fashions to Ireland in a way that is affordable and easy. We provide our customers with all the help they need to pick the perfect dress for any occasion. (1), Carmen Stegarescu 1963 - 2011 (1), Cash&Carry (1), Catholic parish (1), Cattle and tillage farm (1), Cattle, Sheep, Donkey etc. (1), Cedar, Hawthorn, Elm, Ivy and Juniper Apartments (2), Chartered Accountants & Registered Auditors (1), Chief of Fermanagh, died 11 March 1600 (1), Child Care Center (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), Church ruin with two Ogham stones (1), Cillin (1), Circular Road Wildflower Meadow (1), Clane Heritage Trail Plaque introducing the site (4), Classic, long-running fast-food chain known for its burgers, fries & shakes. (1), Clones Parish Church (1), Closed Bank (1), Closed Monday except on Bank Holidays (1), Closed for renovations as of October 2010. (1), Closes at 18:00 (1), Clothes recycling (1), Cloughjordan Amphitheatre (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), Co-Location, Hosting services (1), Coffee Machine. Lavazza Coffee. (1), Coleraine Ladies Hockey Club (1), 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), Commercial Printer (1), Commerical Zones SW of Mullingar Town (1), Common grounds for the commuinity of Ballyhaunis, especially during the end of summer festivals. (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), 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), 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), Copper Mine Museum and Café. (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 (1), Cosmetic and General Dental Surgery (1), Council employees only. (1), Courier Service (1), Courtesy Transport Zone 2 (1), Courts don't have nets. (1), Covered stream (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), Croftwell (2), Croftwell Drive (1), Croftwell Square (1), Cul-de-sac (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), Cyclists must follow the route in an anti-clockwise direction, in accordance with the waymarkers. (1), DAA Gardening Section (1), DAA Offices (1), DIY, Builders Merchants, Bathroom and Plumbing Suppliers, (1), DUBLIN TO LYTHAM (1), Dairy Farm (1), Day service from Dublin Connolly (1), Day service to Dublin Connolly (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), Dennehy's Health & Fitness Blackpool. Corks first multi site commercial gym. 3 gyms, one membership! (1), Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (1), Depicts St Brigid Feeding The Poor. February 1977, Stonework by Paddy Brangan (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), Description and history of Burnchurch Castle (1), Designed and installed by students of LYIT (1), Designer Shoes & Handbags (1), Detailed information about the origins, history, and wildlife of the fen (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), Disused (1), Disused Blacksmith's Forge (1), Disused public toilet (1), Dominant trees are Hazel and Birch with some Ash, Oak, Rowan, Grey willow and Alder. Coppicing of hazel carried out. (1), Donegal Corridor Memorial (1), Dr Farnan and Partners (1), Dr Simpson & Dr Beattie (1), Dr. Burns & Partner (1), Dromintee Gac (1), Drumcondra Football Club (1), Dry Cleaning and Laundry service (1), Dublin Motor Tax Office (1), Dun Laoghaire Motor Spares (1), Dun Laoghaire to Ballywaltrim (1), Dun Laoghaire to Kilternan (1), Dungiven - Swanns Bridge (1), EGAD Newtownards 128.300 MHz (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), Ederney Community Fitness Area includes outdoor machines for all ages (1), Ederney floodlit training pitch. Developed 2015 (1), Emergency Access Gate (3), 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 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), Enniskerry to Townsend Street (1), Entrace to Portadown train station. (1), Entrance not currently in use. (1), Entrance to Osprey Hotel (1), Entry to residents and visitors only (1), Equestrian centre (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), Ethnic food supermarket (1), Excellent well preserved doubled-ringed ringfort (1), Exclusive one to one haircuts (1), Extention mapping needs to be fixed (1), Factory providing Rotary Diecutting and Diecuts (1), Fairy ring / ringfort (1), Family Owned Vape Shop (1), Farm access track (22), Farm access track - No through way (1), Farm and forestry access road (2), Farm land access. Accomodation bridge (1), Farmyard Access (1), Farranree Credit Union (1), Fast-Food Fried Chicken Chain (1), Fast-food burger chain known for its shakes, as well as sides such as chili & baked potatoes. (1), Fee reimbursable when buying > £5 of food from Wetherspoons. (1), Ferry tickets (1), Filling station and shop (2), First floor near the carpark entrance (1), Fish species information (1), Fishing rocks (1), Fixed tank (1), Flora species information (1), For tents, caravans and camping-cars (1), Forestry road (1), 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 Butter Exchange, recent use as craft centre but currently derelict. (1), Former Cafe Comino (1), Former Central Telephone Exchange (1), Former Harland & Wolff Headquarters Building & Drawing Offices (1), Former Mill Office (1), Former Primary School (1), Former Railway Station (1), Former lock keeper's cottage, at lock 8; listed Grade B1. (1), Former print works and telephone exchange (1), Former énergie fitness club (closed 2017) (1), Formerly known as Hanover Tyres (1), Fox Covert (1), Franked Mail Only (1), Free Wifi (2), 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), Galway - Kinvara - Doolin - Cliffs of Moher - Ennis (1), Galway, Merlin Woods, Main route from Coillte Mhuirline through to back entrence to Merlin Park Hospital (1), Garden Room (1), Gate house (1), Gate open during periods of Church activity (1), Gates to Castletown Demesne (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), Girl on horse. (1), Girls Secondary School (1), Glasmore (1), Glass and clothes recycling centre (1), Good views of surrounding countryside. Beach is the Irish for pass. (1), Gorse Bush (1), Gortgonis Sports Complex And Coalisland Day Care Centre (1), Gothic style Hindu Arch (1), Gourmet Sandwich Bar (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 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), Group of residential settlements and agricultueral use buildings (1), HSE Civil Registration Service (1), Hand operated water pump (1), Harbour Square Roundabout (1), Hardly a path (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), Historic Childrens' Burial Ground (2), Historic, state of disrepair (1), History of Teresa Bryton (1), Holy Well (1), Home of Courcey Rovers G.A.A. Club. It is named after their most famous player Jim O'Regan (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), Homeless shelter operated by Dublin Simon and the Salvation Army (1), Horse (1), Hotel Set-down (1), Hotel/Restaurant (1), House/Bungalow (18), Houses CRY 104FM, Foróige Youth Centre, Youghal Community Based Drugs Initiative (1), Housing estate (1), How the fen was restored and is being managed (1), Humbert landing in 1798 (1), Huntly Wood Car Park (1), Identified in logainm as Killydonoghoe, logainm 9641 (1), If you are dropping in for lunch you won’t be disappointed as we have something to suit everybody. From our gourmet sandwich selection to a scrumptious afternoon tea with a twist you will be sure to enjoy your time with us. In the evening our grain & gril (1), Illustrated guide through geological history (2), 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 ruins (2), In runis (1), In the checkouts area of Supervalu (indoors) (1), In the mood for cocktails? No problem. Chat to our bar team and they will shake up the perfect drink to brighten your mood. (1), Includes Post Office (1), Indian cuisine (2), 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), 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), Installer for Telematics (1), Instrument Enclosure (1), Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing. (1), Ireland Ball's Slave Cottage Driveway (1), Irish American Rustic Cuisine (1), Irish Landmark Trust property (1), Irish Speaking School, Catholic Ethos. (1), Irish medium or Irish/English medium school (2), Is elevated above and segregated from road (2), Is elevated above and segregated from road. (3), Island (1), It is a ladies hairdresser in Santry. (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), 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), Juice Bar (1), KILMORE TO PORT EYNON (1), KILMORE TO WHITESANDS (1), KTM dealer (2), KTM, Honda (1), KTM, Triumph, Kawasaki (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), Kilternan to D'Olier Street (1), Kilternan to Dun Laoghaire (1), Kingfisher, NUIG Station (1), Kitchend, Bedrooms, Furniture (1), Krav Maga self defence school. Part of the Krav Maga Worldwide organization. (1), LARNE TO GIRVAN (1), LYTHAM TO PORTMANOCK (1), Ladies (1), Language School (1), Larch, Maple, Rowan, Oak and Yew Apartments (2), 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), Late night pharmacy (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), Left-turn only (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), Library and local area offices for Fingal County Council (1), Lifeboat Station (1), Lifepak 1000 (3), Lifepak CRplus (1), Limerick Enerprise Development Partnership (1), Limerick Enterprise Development Park (1), Listed as Parade Ground since 1880 (1), Littlewoods Ireland is Ireland's largest department store, with over 70,000 products to choose from. From fashion to furniture, electronics to sportswear, Littlewoods Ireland aims to be the complete online shopping experience by stocking something for eve (1), Loading/unloading yard (1), Local Knowledge - famous local pint on the road between Kilcock and Summerhill (1), Local Tennie club open to all for membership (1), Local road linking Clonakilty town with Ring village and pier. (1), Local waymarked trails (1), Location of The Border Collie pub is on the corner of L4802 (Drummartin and the High Road, Toorlestraun, Tourlestrane, Co. Sligo, Ireland (1), Lookout: a later addition constructed on top of the Launches Pier buildings below. (1), Lough Talt to Dromahair (1), Luxury Staying place for your cat. (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), Manufacturer of industrial waste-water analysers (2), 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 (1), 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 Postal Telegraph Office & Signal Station Map 1939 (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 Married Soldiers Quarters X 4 Blocks Map 1918 listed as Solders Quarters X 2 Blocks + 1 X Block Soldiers Gardens Map 1938 Permnent Buildings 20' Feet High X 2 Blocks with 3rd Block as outline. Demolished between 2000-2005 (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) (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) (1), 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 (2), Map 1939 Turn Table (3), Map 1939: Tennis Court. Not listed previously. (1), Map 1939: Store. Not listed on earlier maps. (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 the Burren (1), Map-made lake (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 Shrine (2), Marian statue on plinth (1), Markievicz Leisure Centre (1), Martello tower (2), McClintock Street Student Accomodation (1), Medium size farm (1), Memorial Park (1), Memorial garden to nuclear reactor accident (1), Memorial to soldiers of WWI (1), Menswear (1), Merlin Woods path (2), Metal Flute designed to show of the musical talent at LYIT (1), Metal cello designed to show of the musical talent of LYIT (1), Michael Lenehan 1969 - 2002 (1), Mill Pnd (1), Mixed Hedgerow. (1), Mixed woodland and Community Orchard for leisure and recreational activities and for helping wildlife (1), Moat (4), Mobile tanker (1), Monument to the landing of Roger Casement, Robert Monteith and 'a third man' (Daniel Bailey) at Banna Strand on 21 April, 1916. (1), Moved to 304 Harolds Cross Road (1), Mulligans Shed's, 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), Museum related to North Cathedral, Cafe, local history archive hub (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), NTMA / NAMA (1), Natural harbour (1), Nature reserve owned by BirdWatch Ireland. (1), Naturwald (1), New Holland Dealers for new and used tractors, industrial plant, agricultural machinery and spare parts. (1), New Housing Estate (1), New Road Layout (3), New residential area (1), Newcastle to Newry (1), Night Exit (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), Norman Castle (1), North African and French inspired based on local produce. (1), Northern Ireland to Peel (1), Northern Ireland's first Tea Bar (1), Not in use (1), Now overgrown but still traversable. (1), Now used as a trailer park (1), O'Shaughnessy Bridge Station (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), Old Hayes post office, now just a corner shop. Sweets, newspapers, etc. (1), Old Military riffle range (1), Old School (1), Old Sentry Hill House (1), Old Talbot Street (1), Old Wishing Well (1), Old church ruins (1), Old graveyard (1), 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 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 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), Operated by Dublin City Council. (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), Ornate lamp standard and water font, not a custom artwork (1), Our baristas serve delicious freshly served coffee every day as well as light lunch options and sweet treats. (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), Outdoor Swimming Pool Pier 2 Tennis Courts Playground (1), Outdoor gym equipment (1), Outside Greenisland Post Office (1), PIN-coded for residents. (1), PORTMARNOCK TO PORTH DAFARCH (1), POST International (1), Paddys Park Playing field (1), Padraic Keane B.Sc. Maynooth 1990-1993 "A true friend is like the shade of a great tree in noon day heat" (1), Painted building with murals (1), Paintings, prints, greeting cards, books, vintage clothes & local crafts (1), Park (1), Park surrounding Saint Mary's church and cemetery. (1), Park with Paths (1), Parking prohibited on lane but gate can be passed on foot or bicycle. (1), Part of Route 260 Cork - Youghal - Ardmore (1), Part of Route Number 260 Cork - Youghal - Ardmore (1), Partially wooded walk with sea views and lined with deep purple fuchsia in September (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), Pay & Display parking (1), Peyton (1), Pharmacy (1), Pinergy are providers of smart energy giving you control of how you use your energy. (1), Pizza da Valter is a restaurant where we take great pride to create showpiece gourmet food with all flavors of pizza. A Part from creating a unique base for the pizza, we use a wood fired oven to bake them, which makes the pizza more tasty to eat. (1), Pizza take away (1), Plantation of trees (1), Plaque dedicating Garden of Remembrance to Fr. John Sullivan (1), Platform for fishing (1), Platform for fishing. (1), Play park and Skate Park (1), Playing field of the Tipperary County Camogie Board with dressing rooms and spectator facilities. (1), Plot layout (1), Portglenone Bridge (1), Portmuck Beach (1), Possible ancient woodland (1), Possible wastewater treatment plant based on imagery. (1), Post Office (1), Post box at former Hayes post office. (1), Potato merchant (1), Pottery Studio (1), Pre-school (1), Previously called "Jamuna" (1), Previously closed at dusk but now generally left open. (1), Primary School (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 House, Formerly St. Josephs Parochial House. (1), Private House, Formerly St. Josephs Presbytery. (1), Private Pier (2), Private driveway (1), Private grounds (1), Private residence with a self-catering apartment (1), Private right of way from Sorrento Road to the shore. (1), Prypto has been established to enhance and expand the Crypto Currency marketplace of today. Giving consumers direct access to obtain crypto currencies with ease. (1), Pump House (1), Purdysburn Road cycle route (1), Páirc Uí Shíocháin (1), Quay side jetty (1), Quercus robur (1), Radio Station (1), Railway Parking (1), Rainway bucket used for copper mining in 19th century (1), Raised circular mound with ditch on northern side (1), Re: Oliver Goldsmith Birthplace (1), Recently renovated B&B all rooms with private bathrooms. Centrally located for all amenities. (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 Bean Roastery at Maldron Hotel Smithfield serves a selection of Barista style coffees, tea’s and light refreshments throughout the day. Located just off our reception area its modern feel offers the perfect setting to relax over coffee with friends. (1), Red Bean Roastery is about capturing a moment in a perfect cup of coffee. We have made it our mission to bring our customers a great cup of coffee whenever they visit a Red Bean Roastery. (1), Red buoy (1), Rediffusion Jointing Post (1), Remains of 15th century castle. (1), Republic of Ireland (1), Republic of Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing (Ulster Canal) (1), Republic of Ireland - Northern Ireland border crossing. (238), Reserved for future development. (2), Residential Development (2), Residential bungalow (6), Residents PIN access only. (1), Resited 1978 (1), Restaurant (2), Restored cottage and farm built in 1830s (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 (1), Ringfort (1), River and Heritage Walks (1), Road side car parking. (1), Road side car parking. (1), Road up to Scrabo Country Park, Scrabo Tower & Scrabo Golf Club (1), Round Tower (1), Round Tower from 6th century (1), Routing point (1), Ruins of an old orchard (1), Ruins surrounded by old graveyard (1), SENNON TO KILMORE,N.I. (1), SOUTHPORT TO DUBLIN (1), SPOT (1), SUTTON,UK TO 20�WEST (1), Sailing Club (1), Sand dunes. Not suitable for prams/pushchairs or wheelchairs. (2), School (2), School for children 4-19 who are deaf and/or visual impairment. (1), School of Architecture at the DIT (1), Scotland to Northern Ireland (3), Scout Hall (1), Scouting Ireland scout hall (1), Sculpture garden (1), Seaside cafe (1), Seaweed Baths & Cafe (1), Second Level Irish School (1), Secondary School - All Irish (1), Section A (1&2) (1), Seems to be both for the hotel and the public slipway (1), Semi-Detatched House (1), Semi-detatched house (3), Serves authentic Mediterranean healthy foods as well as freshly made authentic Italian Segafredo coffees. Freshly home made baked goodies (1), Servicing and parts for Honda, Opel, Chevrolet & Ssangyong (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 (1), Shannon Wetland. Local amenity and wildlife habitat. (1), Shed (3), Shoe Republik (Tim's Shoe Centre Ltd) is a family shoe store selling branded comfort, fashion and children's footwear. Established in 1977. (1), Shuttle bus stop to Glenveagh Castle (1), Shuttle bus to Burren National Park (1), Silk Screen suppliers (1), Simple campsite (1), Site for Walking, Hiking, Fishing, Heritage Site (1), Site of demolished town gate (1), Site of house (1), Sites of historic interest in Kilmacanogue (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), Sluagh Hall once an Army Barracks now home to the best Boxing Club in the Country. (1), Small food market every Saturday, started 29th Sept (1), Small gravel/sand quarry. (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. (1), Soccer Club in Rush (1), Softball (1), Some pine mixed in (1), Sonra. The data liberation company. (1), Soup Kitchen During Famine (1), Spacious, modern pub-restaurant with wood accents, know for international dishes, plus regular DJ nights and sporting events. (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), Special Needs (1), Sport equipment storage (1), St Michael's playing fields (1), St. Patrick (1), Stables, Horse Farm (1), Staff Car Park (4), Staff only. (1), Stained Glass Studio (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 Michael Hogan, the Bard of Thomond, 1826 - 1889 (1), Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1), Stay at the Hilton Dublin hotel and be right in the centre of it all. Our modern hotel overlooks the historic Grand Canal and is just a short walk from the famous St. Stephen’s Green area and Grafton Street, lined with trendy bars and restaurants. (1), Steep hill (3), Steep hillstart when turning onto North Road. (1), Stepaside Park extension. Started 2016. Under separate management company to Stepaside Park. (1), Stonecross (1), Stop for all East Bound Kearns Buses (1), Strategic Development Zone: Aldi Ireland will be building a store on this site. (1), Student housing (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 therepists. (1), Suicide of long forgotten person (Conner?) (1), Suivant la directive européenne Oiseaux (1), Sunken Crannog (1), Surf shop (1), Sustrans National Cycle Route 93 - section on Rathlin Island (1), Swiss cottage and trails (1), Taxi & Bus Access Only (9), Taxi Holding Area (1), Taxi Rank (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), Tennis Court (1), Test. Add from iPhone (1), Thatched Building (2), 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 Career Development Centre provides a service that is student-focussed, professional and informative. (1), The Club was founded in 1947 (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 Hamilton Institute is dedicated to providing a bridge between mathematics and its applications in ICT, biology and other disciplines. (1), The National Leprechaun Museum, the first ever attraction dedicated to Irish mythology, opens up a fun and magical world full of fascinating folklore, mythology and enchanting stories. (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 Tannery student accommodation (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 centre park in the Esker Pines estate (1), The hill fort is 3000 years old, the oldest known in Ireland (1), The late night bus service from Dublin Bus. (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 old school house (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 Catholic oppression 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), There are several archaeological treasures all of which are accessible along 2000 metres of gravelled walkway. (1), 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), This ares is a local picnic area around an old canal bridge with picnic bences and parking (1), This cemetry was used for burieal of soldiers based at the nearby Crinkill Barcks (1), This coffee shop is out of business. (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 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 public beach. It is also a very popular place for Baptisms (1), This is an old water pump house which was part of Portarlington power station. Which was closed in 1988 (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 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 spring feeds into the Brosna river (1), This unusual drinking is inscribed: "Whosoever drinketh the water that I shall give him...shall never thirst again". (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), Three star Family-run hotel (1), Tillage and Cattle Farm (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), Toome to Coleraine (1), Totem pole (1), Townsend Street to Enniskerry (1), Traditional Irish bar with open fire and traditional music (1), Trail leading to the summit of Little Sugar Loaf. Access allowed by agreement with the landowners. (1), Tralee Library, Local Studies and Archives department, and Kerry Library Headquarters. (1), Transfer point only, no public access (1), Treated water storage reservoir (1), Tree species information (1), Tropical/marine fish, reptiles and garden pond equipment. Some other pets (1), Truck transport company (1), Twin 110kV from here west (1), Two gates, larger one for restricted vehicle access is usually locked but smaller one for pedestrians and bicycles is open. (1), Twynholm AGI to Ballylumford AGI (2), Tynan to Pettigoe (1), Type-2 AC Socket 3.7kW (Available) 24 hour access (1), Tyre shop, replacement tyres and tyre repair (1), USA President Barrack Obama's ancestors hail from Moneygall. (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), Urban Life Flags (1), Usually locked (1), Utthan Trust is the leading NGO for the underprivileged children. Its main aim is to help the needy people provide the best services from Utthan NGO. Visit utthantrust.org to get more details. (1), VIP (Visitor Information Point) (1), VIP Taxis is a leading corporate taxi company, located in Dublin, Ireland. (1), VW Sales and Service; Audi Service; Mercedes Commercials (1), Very steep (1), Vet Vets (1), Vets (1), Victorian gatelodge (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), Visible from air only (2), Waiting Room (1), Walking Trail description (1), Warehouses (1), Water Safety Information (1), Water tower (1), Waterfoot to Ballycastle (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 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), 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), Whether it’s a cold pint before you hit the town or a cappuccino in the evening after a busy day in the office, you will be sure to find what you need in our bar at Maldron Hotel Smithfield. (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), WiFi AP (1), Wicklow Countryside Agreed Access Route - Little Sugar Loaf (1), Woodland Trust Planted Wood (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 to marina (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), approx 250m offshore buffer for VC H38 (to correct for coastline & low tide line) (4), aproprate for kids (1), baker (1), banned entry (1), bivallate ringfort, judging from aerial photograph (1), board about Ross castle history (1), boiler house complex (1), bottle bank (1), cattle shed (1), check website for opening hours (1), chinese (3), chinese, asian, take away (1), closed road (1), clothes (1), crafts, soups, Barrow Museum, bikes, kayaks (1), creche (6), creche, montessori (1), cutting (1), cycle lanes/shared use pavements A24 Belfast - Carryduff (1), driveway to 151a (1), eatery, coffee house (1), empty (1), empty plot (demolished, brownfield site) (1), fast food (2), flat sculpture/mural of a squirrel (1), former Cotton Mill & Irish Tanners factory (1), fortifications (1), fram access (1), he 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), heated natural ‘sea water’ pool (1), home and children, contemporary gifts (1), homeware and grocery, hardware and paints (1), house (1), http://pstewartrewinds.business.site (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), including dryer (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), juice bar (1), 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), licenced restaurant and gift shop (1), lifepak CRplus (2), lime products (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), 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), mixed hedgerow (1), new house built 2015 on footprint of a ruined barn (1), new pier (1), office suppliers (1), old Smurfit print works (1), on-street bicycle hoops (1), one of three white towers (3), one of two white towers (2), only busservice to Glendalough (1), open to 18h, whole da breakfast and free WiFi (1), organic, café, catering (1), outdoor skatepark (3), outdoors/hiking equipment (1), pigeon house (1), playground (2), public footpath linking Church Road and Church View running along perimeter of primary school (1), quartz boulder (1), radar dome (1), replica of the Dunbrody (1845) (1), rocks (1), ruined castle directly at the n71. therw is a small parking place for three cars some meters away (1), seating capacity 42000 (1), seven stones in a circle. they are called the seven sisters. their "parents" are standing some meters away (two standing stones) (1), signed advisory cycle route Carryduff to Saintfield (1), site of Fern Hall (1), site of one of the first Land League rallies to prevented the eviction of Anthony Dempsey and family. (1), small waterfall of the Crinnagh River (1), sport apparel (1), stationery, office equipment (1), statue of Steve "Crusher" Casey (1), tesla (3), this is not an official way but seemed to be used before (1), trigonometric point (1), unpaved path (2), view of the Ness Woods Waterfall (1), way abandoned (1), www.esoterichanmi.com (1), £3.50 per vehicle to pass road-gate. Pedestrian-only access is free. (1),
description:de2Sir Peter George Fitzgerald Gedenkkreuz, der Erbauer von Glanleam House und 19. Knight of Kerry. (1), beschädigt (1),
description:en2French Prison (1), Spanish expedition Force (1601) (1),
description:floor2stone (2),
description:fr6E 01 Larne - Séville (1), E 16 Londonderry - Gävle (1), E 18 Craigavon - Saint-Pétersbourg (1), E 20 Shannon - Saint-Pétersbourg (1), E 201 Cork - Portlaoise (1), E 30 Cork - Omsk (1),
description:ga1An Príosún Francach (1),
description_21Of course, it could also be an accidental rock formation! The good saint was, it appears, a regular visitor to the island that now bears his name just offshore here. (1),
design142delta (6), h-frame (129), one-level (7),
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