2 edition of canal station on the Lyons Estate in the County Kildare found in the catalog.
canal station on the Lyons Estate in the County Kildare
Thesis (M.B.U.C.) [sic] - University College Dublin, 1988.
|Statement||by Ann Cuffe.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27p.,plates (some folding) :|
|Number of Pages||27|
It is home to the Larchill Arcadian Gardens, 25 Hectares of 18th century landscaped gardens, gothic and classical Follies, walled gardens and a lake. Cross the bridge at the west end of the village Binn's bridge to the north side of the canal and keep to the canal bank road where it diverges from the main road. Local government and politics Edit Kildare County Council is the local authority for the county. Built into the outside south wall of the nave is a small rectangular memorial monument.
Naas and Maynooth have always been considerably higher than the other counties in the country outside Dublin. Lyons Castle, the splendid seat of Lord Cloncurry, takes its name from an ancient town and castle which were destroyed in the war of ; of the former there are no traces, and of the latter, only one of the principal towers, which, with the remains of the ancient church, forms an interesting feature in his Lordship's demesne. But the long saga had prompted a rival venture, the Royal Canalwhich started construction in and was finally opened in after the government had stepped in to resolve disputes between the two companies. Cross under the rail bridge carrying the Dublin-Cork main line and turn left at the T-junction shortly afterwards. Take the lane along the east bank and continue on an earthen track when the road turns away.
The branch curves into Edenderry's neat harbour which is located right beside the town's main street. Curragh On the western side of Droichead Nua is the Curragh, a vast plain that has been a horse-racing venue from the earliest times. In the s as the rail route was being built towards the south from Dublin the canal company directors tried to stop their faster and more spectacular competitor by refusing the rail company permission to build the bridge across the canal. Moore Abbey, built on the site of the monastery founded by St. Draw closer and the solid outline of the Grand Canal Hotel at Robertsown becomes clearer. Hazelhatch to Ardclough is a popular walk with local residents.
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Route 2: Sallins to Robertstown: 7. Old Kilcullen was the scene of one of the bloodiest battles in the rebellion against English occupation. However for walking purposes it is better to stick to the east bank. The theme of each masterclass at Cliff at Lyons will be based on the produce available at that time, with classes led by Cliff Chefs Martijn Kajuiter, Nathan Dimond and Sean Smith as well as visiting chefs from the best restaurants around the country.
The bar-keeper will, no doubt, be glad to give thirsty walkers an explanation for such a ghoulish name. The Hill of Allen seems to form an obstacle to the line of the canal towards the east. Period banquets in the hotel, barge cruises, and a week of canalside festivity marked a resurgence of Robertstown, this time as a tourist venue.
Just as Digby Bridge comes into view an intriguing structure just off the towpath defies explanation.
The canal was little used since the Second World War and a low culvert built near Jigginstown in closed it finally to navigation.
Discovery Map N Their gardens and earthy greens are all important features of the dishes offered. Carton House at the east end of the town was the residence of the dukes of Leinster.
A walk around the town reveals the many bridges over the river and canal, including the aqueduct over the Barrow, the unusual lifting bridge, and the 16th century pass bridge. Straffan The ruins of Rathcoffey Castle lies northwest of the village of Straffan.
The important branch to the river Barrow had been completed a decade earlier. You can still see part of the old lock in the upper chamber. However a bog is never a permanently stable foundation and over the years the canal rampart has breached as its underpinning gave way. There was a Canal Hotel built in Sallins that was not a success and when it closed, it was used for other enterprises including a fish-processing factory and a meat plant before being demolished in the s.
The oldest part is the keep, dating probably from the 13th century, there is also a fine gatetower. There, distant from any town, is a place of industry and activity within an island of canal links.
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