Category Archives: Bray

Description of Bray 1869 (Thom’s)

BRAY, a maritime town in the barony of Rathdown, twelve miles S.E. from the General Post Office, partly in county Dublin, partly in county Wicklow, the river of Bray, here crossed by a stone bridge, being the boundary between the … Continue reading

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Co. Wicklow Postcards

Scans from a postcard booklet titled “Souvenir of Bray“, produced by Irish Tourist Association. Date unknown but appears to be from the c1930s. Bray (BrĂ­ Cualann – “Hill of the Cuala territory” ), looking north from the road to Bray … Continue reading

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