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Overlooking the town of Edenderry, Blundell Castle is located on a hill from which the town gets its name; Eadon Doire, meaning brow or hill-top of the oak trees. Today, the oak trees are long since gone, but the ruins … Continue reading
Posted in Castles, Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Medieval, Photography, Ruins Tagged 13th century, 1427AD, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, Bog of Allen, Castle Blundell Castle, Colley, Diary of a ruinhunter, Eadon Doire, Ed Mooney Photography, Edenderry, Ghost, John De Gray, Lord Downshire, Lord Lieutenant, Murder, Nine Years War, Norman, O'Connors, Offaly. Ireland, photographer, Photography, Richard de Clare, Robert de Bermingham, Strongbow, Towerhouse, Tunnell, UIFailghe, Williamite 32 Comments
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