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Old Armagh
by Alex Young and Des Quail
Even before St Patrick founded his first church there in AD 444, Armagh had already enjoyed a thousand years of history. However, it was with the...more

Old Tandragee, Richhill, Markethill and Poyntzpass
by Alex F. Young and Des Quail
This collection of fifty-two photographs from the early 1900s gives an insight into the lives local people led at that time in this scattering of...more

Old Bangor
by John Hanna
Bangor, Co. Down, was always Northern Ireland's favourite holiday destination and in this history of the town its heyday as a resort, the years from...more

Irish Railway Memories: A Decade of Change – 1984-1994 in photographs by Paul Haywood
by Paul Haywood
This is a collection of the author’s own full colour photographs as he went round Ireland photographing the railways with their colouful and...more

The Irish Linen Industry
by Rose Jane Leslie
Linen had been made in Ireland since ancient times but mass production didn’t take off until the 1700s, beginning two centuries of world...more

Ireland’s Largest Industrial Railway: The Guinness System
by Hugh Oram
The Guinness brewery in Dublin expanded rapidly in the 1870s as the world couldn’t get enough of its ruby red gold (it might look black but...more

Old County Donegal
by Rose Jane Leslie & Des Quail
Beautiful and mystical Donegal in the days when the donkey cart was still an essential form of transport. This amazing collection covers the whole...more

CIE Buses in colour photographs by John Sinclair
by John Sinclair
This is a delightful collection of colour photographs by Scottish bus enthusiast John Sinclair. Inspired by a Buses Illustrated frontispiece featuring...more

Achillbeg – The Life of an Island
by Jonathan Beaumont
One of Ireland’s most scenic roads skirts the southern side of the Corruan Peninsula in County Mayo, giving breathtaking views of Clew Bay and...more

The Farranfore to Valencia Harbour Railway – Volume Two: The Life of the Line: Its Train Services, Locomotives and Personalities
by Patrick O’Sullivan
In this volume author Patrick O’Sullivan, who was born and bred in Cahirciveen, uses his intimate knowledge of the area to really bring the...more
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The Great Northern Railway (Ireland)
by Edward M. Patterson
The Great Northern Railway of Ireland maintained an independent existence for 77 years, much of that time prosperously established as the second...more

Ireland’s Narrow Gauge Railways – A Reference Handbook
by Joe Begley & Steve Flanders
Like most students of the Irish narrow gauge, the authors came to know of these little railways only after they had gone. Thankfully there was a...more

Rails to Achill – A West of Ireland Branch Line
by Jonathan Beaumont
If you travel from Westport in the west of Ireland through Newport and Mulrany to Achill Sound today, here and there you will see the overgrown...more

Saga by Rail: Ireland
by J. I. C. Boyd
James Boyd’s love of Irish railways began in the 1930s. These are his reminiscences of his visits. He concentrated his attention on the narrow...more

The Waterford & Limerick Railway
by C. E. J. Fryer
It was a common thing, in the age when railways were being built in the British Isles, for a small line, built to serve a local need with...more

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