Category Archives: Wicklow

Description of the town of Bray – 1822

From ‘Guide to the County of Wicklow’ by Rev. G.N. Wright Published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row (London) 1822 The town of Bray is situated upon a river of same name, the boundary of the county Wicklow, ten miles from … Continue reading

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Description of the Scalp – 1822

From ‘Guide to the County of Wicklow’ by Rev. G.N. Wright Published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row (London) 1822           Two miles from Enniskerry, on the Dublin road, and in the county of Dublin, which … Continue reading

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Wicklow town, Co. Wicklow from Pigot’s Directory of Ireland of 1824

Wicklow town – Pigot’s Directory of Ireland 1824 In the county of the same name, is a small irregularly built seaport, situated 24 miles south south east of Dublin, eight miles north east of Rathdrum, and 16 miles north of … 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 (Brí Cualann – “Hill of the Cuala territory” ), looking north from the road to Bray … Continue reading

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