Newbridge Avenue (Irish: Ascaill an Droichid Nua) is a road in the Sandymount district of Dublin which links Herbert Road and Tritonville Road.
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Swords (from Irish: Sord Cholmcille) is the county town of Fingal in County Dublin, Ireland. It is variously defined as an expansive satellite town within commuting distance of Dublin proper, as a large suburb of the capital and as an emerging city in its own right. It is about 13 km north of Dublin city centre. The name "Swords" may also be applied to the townland, the civil parish or to the local electoral area. At the 2011 census the total urban population of greater Swords was 42,738 but when local electoral area definitions are taken into account, the population is 68,583.
Latitude: 53° 27' 34.99" N
Longitude: -6° 13' 5.02" W
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Merrion Cemetery, Bellevue is a cemetery located off the Merrion Road in Dublin, Ireland. It is located adjacent to the "Tara Towers" hotel near Booterstown.
The Liffey Railway Bridge is a rail bridge spanning the River Liffey near Heuston railway station in Dublin in Ireland.
Herbert Road (Irish: Bóthar Hoirbeaird) in Sandymount, Ireland is a mostly residential road that links Tritonville Road with Lansdowne Road. Newbridge Avenue joins by the bridge, in front of Marian College and the former site of Sandymount High Scho…
Glenview is a series of small estates in Tallaght, South Dublin. It is home to a population of almost 1,700 (Census 2002). The Estates include the larger Glenview Park, which includes a small shopping center (See below). The other estates are Glenvi…
Marino Institute of Education (Institiúid Oideachais Marino), is a College of Education affiliated with Trinity College, Dublin. It is located on Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9. MIE is focused on providing education courses. Degrees and Diplomas are awar…
Avoca Hockey Club (Cumann Haca Abhóca in Irish) is a hockey club based in Blackrock, County Dublin, Ireland. The club is affiliated to the Leinster Branch of the Irish Hockey Association.
Broadstone railway station (Irish: Stáisiún An Clocháin Leathan) was the former Dublin terminus of the Midland Great Western Railway.
Seabury is a residential area in Yellow Walls, Malahide, a village in Fingal, north county Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.
St. Marys Chapel of Ease universally known as 'The Black Church' is one of the most infamous and curious buildings in Dublin. It was a church of the Church of Ireland located on St. Mary's Place, Broadstone, Dublin, Ireland. Constructed from local c…
St. Mary's Church, Dublin is a former Church of Ireland building on the corner of Mary Street and Jervis Street, Dublin.
Liffey Junction is a former railway station and junction on the erstwhile Midland Great Western Railway (MGWR) in Dublin, Ireland.