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wm_Newcastle House Newcastle Demesne_1.jpg.jpg1992 Newcastle House Newcastle Demesne_1: this detached five bay, two storey, basement house was built c. 1850.Healy, Patrick
wm_Newcastle House Newcastle Demesne_2.jpg.jpg1992 Newcastle House Newcastle Demesne_2: this detached five-bay, two-storey house dates from 1850.Healy, Patrick
wm_Newcastle North Norman Motte 22.1.jpg.jpg1992 Newcastle North Norman Motte 22.1Healy, Patrick
wm_Newtown 25.2.16_1.jpg.jpg1992 Newtown 25.2.16_1: mill ruin.Healy, Patrick
wm_Newtown 25.2.16_2.jpg.jpg1992 Newtown 25.2.16_2Healy, Patrick
wm_Newtown Upper Ancient Burial Ground.jpg.jpg1992 Newtown Upper Ancient Burial GroundHealy, Patrick
wm_Oil Mill Fairview Clondalkin 18.2.17_1.jpg.jpg1992 Oil Mill Fairview Clondalkin 18.2.17_1: the oil mill extracted oil from linseed and is marked on the Ordinance Survey of 1843.Healy, Patrick
wm_Oil Mill Fairview Clondalkin 18.2.17.jpg.jpg1992 Oil Mill Fairview Clondalkin 18.2.17: the oil mill extracted oil from linseed and is marked on the Ordinance Survey of 1843.Healy, Patrick
wm_Old Orchard_1.jpg.jpg1992 Old Orchard_1: This eighteenth century house was marked as Brasvailanne House on the Ordinance Survey of that year, with the name of Old Orchard recorded from 1845. It reputedly was inhabited by Robert Emmet, but there is no real evidence of that.Healy, Patrick
wm_Old Orchard_2.jpg.jpg1992 Old Orchard_2: This eighteenth century house was marked as Brasvailanne House on the Ordinance Survey of that year, with the name of Old Orchard recorded from 1845. It reputedly was inhabited by Robert Emmet, but there is no real evidence of that.Healy, Patrick
wm_Old Orchard_3.jpg.jpg1992 Old Orchard_3: This eighteenth century house was marked as Brasvailanne House on the Ordinance Survey of that year, with the name of Old Orchard recorded from 1845. It reputedly was inhabited by Robert Emmet, but there is no real evidence of that.Healy, Patrick
wm_Old Orchard House interior Stairway and doorway.jpg.jpg1992 Old Orchard House interior Stairway and doorway, Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham.Healy, Patrick
wm_O'Neill's Pub 17.2.34.jpg.jpg1992 O'Neill's Pub 17.2.34: V O'Neill's & Sons, Main Street Lucan.Healy, Patrick
wm_Orchardstown House 20.1.11.jpg.jpg1992 Orchardstown House 20.1.11: Orchardstown House, Ballyboden.Healy, Patrick
wm_Orlagh College 20.1.24.jpg.jpg1992 Orlagh College Gates: The Orlagh Centre, Old Court Road, Dublin 16, entered at the junction with Ballycullen Road, served as as an Augustinian Novitiate, and now operates as a retreat centre run by the same Order. It was originally constructed in the late eighteenth by Lundy Foot.Healy, Patrick
wm_Outbuildings Butterfield House.jpg.jpg1992 Outbuildings Butterfield House: Robert Emmet lodged here before the 1803 Rebellion using the assumed name of Robert Ellis. Anne Devlin, whose statue may be seen at the start of the Avenue, was housekeeper.Healy, Patrick
wm_Outfall from millrace BallyXXX mill.jpg.jpg1992 Outfall from millrace Ballyfermot [?] millHealy, Patrick
wm_Outhouses Newcastle House Newcastle Demesne.jpg.jpg1992 Outhouses Newcastle House Newcastle DemesneHealy, Patrick
wm_Palmerstown Cottages 16.2.33.jpg.jpg1992 Palmerstown Cottages 16.2.33: terrace of three bay single storey cottages on the Street off Mill Lane dating from roughly 1910.Healy, Patrick
wm_Palmerstown Lead and Copper Mill 16.2.24.jpg.jpg1992 Palmerstown Lead and Copper Mill 16.2.24: this was a pump house not a lead and copper mill and now supplies printing ink.Healy, Patrick
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