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Tag Archives: Kilcullen
Old Mile Stone
Now for something unusual, I found this little gem lying on the side of the N7 slip road from Johnstown heading towards Dublin, whilst I was lucky in finding it so easily, im sure that it could easily be missed. … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged Act of Union, Dublin Castle, Johnstown, Kilcullen, Mile Stone, Turnpike Leave a comment
Brigid’s Well, Kilcullen
Considering the day that’s in it, for those of you who don’t know Febuary 1st is St. Brigid’s Day. A day when both the Goddess and the christian saint are remembered. So I recently came across yet another well dedicated … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged Brigid's Day, Goddess, Kilcullen, Kildare, Park, River Liffey, Sculpture, Spout, St. Brigid, Water, Well 2 Comments
During a long break from work over the festive season, with cabin fever begining to settle in, and a failed attempt to find an old ruin near Kilcullen. I set out on a second attempt to locate the site only … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged archaeology.ie, bailey, break work, cabin fever, Castle, church, decent, derelect, ditch, dwelling, email, facts, festive, field, Fortification, hill, History, interest, Kilcullen, Kildare, monuments, Motte, national, Nurney, old ruin, palisade, parish, Photography, police, ruins, season, service, shots, small town 1 Comment
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