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Title: John Cranny and Jack Carroll Heritage Interview
Authors: South Dublin County Council, Heritage
Cranny, John
Carroll, Jack
The Sink, The Long Graveyard
Keywords: Balrothery Charlie Rice
Canal on Oldbawn Road
Stubbles Lane
Glenview Park
The Morgue
Petrol Car Tram
Model T Ford
“Bicycle Office” in tram station
Princess cinema
Stella cinema
The Bull Carroll
Thinning Turnips
The Burn Field
Barrels of Grains
Praskeen Apron
Whiskey Wash as cattle feed
Spawell Farm
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2011
Description: Interviews with two local characters. Reminiscences and Recollections including Balrothery /Charlie Rice / Kinsella’s / Canal on Oldbawn Road / Manmade pond / Water wheel / Sluice and millrace / Stubbles Lane / Glenview Park / “The Sink” / Dodder River / Steam Tram / “The Long Graveyard” / The Morgue / Molloy’s Tallaght / Tram Track Layout / “Petrol Car Tram” / Model T Ford / Electric Trams / Terenure & Rathfarnham Tram / “Bicycle Office” in tram station / Princess and Stella cinemas / Cigarettes & a Ha’penny box of matches / Schooldays / Greenhills Road / Old Courthouse / St. Mary’s School / Miss Wogan Miss Casey teachers / “The Bull Carroll” / Nicknames / Thinning Turnips / The Burn Field / Cocks of Hay / Spawell Farm / Beet Pulper / Barrels of Grains / Whiskey Wash as cattle feed / Mangolds (round and long) / Praskeen Apron / Summer Holidays / Horse Ploughing / Wages
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