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Old Irish Country Life
by Hugh Oram
An informative and slightly wistful look at Irish country life as it was around 100 years ago, with a few more recent photos included. Although many...more
£10.00 

Lost Railways of Dundalk and the North East
by Stephen Johnson
This volume in our "Lost" series of railway books contains facts, figures, dates of opening and closure and vital statistics of the lost...more
£7.99 

Old Dundalk and Blackrock
by Hugh Oram
Almost exactly half way between Dublin and Belfast, the two principle cities in Ireland, Dundalk has been an important commercial centre and harbour...more
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Old Larne
by John Hanna
Larne and its surrounding area is one of the earliest inhabited regions in Ireland and its early history was marked by a series of conflicts including...more
£10.95 

Lost Railways of Co. Dublin and the South East
by Stephen Johnson
Dublin was an early target for railway development; in fact it boasted the world's second passenger railway (and the first to serve a capital city...more
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Old Killarney
by Hugh Oram
For 150 years Killarney has been the tourism capital of Ireland. The community has existed since the 1600s, but it wasn't until Queen Victoria visited...more
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Lost Railways of Co. Cork
by Stephen Johnson
Continuing our Irish Lost Railways series into Eire, this collection of 52 period photographs recalls lines such as the Cork City Railways...more
£9.00 

Wheels Around Dublin
by Cyril McIntyre
This collection of 60 photographs features the City of Dublin from the late nineteenth century to the 1970s. The pictures included every form of...more
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Wheels Around Connaught
by Cyril McIntyre
Ireland was traditionally divided into four provinces, of which Connaught, comprising the counties of Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim and Roscommon...more
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Old Antrim Coast
by Sandy Watson
Since the nineteenth century the beautiful coast of Co. Antrim has been an attraction to tourists and photographers alike and this collection of fifty...more
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Old Newtownards
by John Hanna & Des Quail
Occupying a key position at the head of Strangford Lough, Newtownards had a somewhat battle scarred early history. Viking raiders were responsible for...more
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Old Kilkeel and Annalong
by Alex F Young and Des Quail
Nestling on the south-east coast of Co. Down, these small communities were in fact two of the most important fishing ports in Northern Ireland. By...more
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Belfast’s Lost Tramways
by Mike Maybin
By the latter half of the nineteenth century industrial expansion had made Belfast the fastest growing town in the UK. Suburb after suburb sprang up...more
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Old Warrenpoint & Rostrevor
by Alex F Young & Tommy O’Hanlon
On the south-west coast of Co. Down, Warrenpoint – named after the all the rabbit warrens in the area (true!) – was transformed by the...more
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Wheels around Cork
by Cyril McIntyre
The city and county of Cork are covered together in this book, which is a typical 'wheels' book featuring a wide range of transportation modes from...more
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