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

Bray – Pigot’s Directory of Ireland 1824 A Small, but pleasant town, ten miles south by east of Dublin, is situated on the southern steep bank of the river Bray, which is celebrated for its fine trout. It is much … Continue reading

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1930s Postcards

O’Connell Street Dublin, Bray Co. Wicklow, Enniskerry Village Co. Wicklow and Construction work at Ardnacrusha….

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