History

The Band Walk and Granny Holton’s Steps

The Band Walk and Granny Holton’s Steps

Thanks to Malahide Historical Society Under the terms of a lease agreement of 1844 between Lord Talbot of Malahide Castle ...
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The history of Malahide Seawater Baths

The history of Malahide Seawater Baths

by Malahide Historical Society On the corner of Bath Avenue, immediately beyond the Grand Hotel towards Portmarnock, where a tall ...
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Kileen Terrace Malahide – The  Dowry Terrace

Kileen Terrace Malahide – The Dowry Terrace

by Malahide Historical Society Standing across the road from St. Sylvester’s Church, this elegant terrace of four three-bay three-storey 19th ...
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Do you remember Sammy Wells Sweet Shop?

Do you remember Sammy Wells Sweet Shop?

Courtesy of Malahide Historical Society Many will remember with great fondness Sammy Wells and family who ran a sweet factory ...
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Origins of some Malahide residential estate names

Origins of some Malahide residential estate names

According to Fingal Co. Co. planning guidelines, Councils can advise residents and developers of requirements for naming and numbering housing ...
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The history of Malahide Pleasure Gardens

The history of Malahide Pleasure Gardens

by Malhide Historical Society In an 1844 agreement between Lord Richard Talbot and James Fagan of Bridgefoot Street, Dublin, timber ...
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