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15-02-2021, 23:08   #16
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Does the winner have a name and full address?
See article about garden competition winners
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18-02-2021, 10:15   #17
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I had a quick look at the 6" Cassini map on geohive, didn't make out a St. Clare's park, but I'm probably in need of my morning coffee:

http://map.geohive.ie/

The 25" map is also available but is earlier (1888-1913)
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Interesting thread. Had a quick loook myself and couldn't find a St Clare Pk in Sandymount (doesnt mean it wasnt there one).
interesting to see the Shelbourne football ground was in the village where Seafort Gardens are now.
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Interesting thread. Had a quick loook myself and couldn't find a St Clare Pk in Sandymount (doesnt mean it wasnt there one).
interesting to see the Shelbourne football ground was in the village where Seafort Gardens are now.
I think Shels and Shamrock Rovers both originated in the Ringsend area
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