Fairview, Finglas and the Phoenix Park were all mooted, but the site of the former
British military base in Collinstown was chosen for a number of reasons. There
are clear flight paths over open countryside, it is located away from turbulent sea
Author: Tim Carey
Publisher: Hachette UK
Dublin Since 1922 tells the story of Ireland's capital city since independence. Richly illustrated throughout, it unfolds around hundreds of dates in the city's history, beginning with the founding of the Irish state - when Dublin had the worst slums in Europe - and ending in the last days of the Celtic Tiger. Through major events, Carey charts nearly a century of the capital's history, from the Civil War, the Eucharistic Congress and President Kennedy's visit, to the 1986 earthquake, the Stardust disaster and the changing faces of the St Patrick's Day parade. Brought to life are the figures who have shaped the city's identity - from Archbishop McQuaid to Tony Gregory, from Luke Kelly to Maeve Binchy - and the daily life of its people, through the books they read, the way they move around the city, the music they listen to, the crimes they commit and the unique experiences they have of simply being in the city of Dublin. A captivating celebration of people and place, this book makes essential reading for anyone who wants to understand how the character of a city - and its inhabitants - is shaped.
... was a good deal of heat generated by the proposed western runway extension
among people living on the flight paths . ... roaring over from morning to evening ,
" said Mrs. Frances Wyse who has been living in the cottage , beside Finglas ...
It is my dread she may have none of the magic of Finglas or I. She would become
an outcast, an Undesirable Elf.” “Look to her, ... “Then wish them well on their paths. ... Malinna finished fussing over her sister, “As Flight will also show our
Author: Charlotte Bishop
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
With the birth of her daughter Norty thought her life complete, then the attacks began. Her daughter was in constant fear of her life and, when her mind was locked from the world, it sent her on a vengeance trail; to find the closest and dearest of friends could not be trusted. An old enemy, long since dead, still had influence from the grave over her enemies, yet help came from from an unexpected source, her people's oldest and bitterest enemies.
41m "-29 _ g Osprey: ' a U The incredible 5,000km autumn migratory '_,//_,_-.. flight south (beginning on 9 September 35H 3:?' __._,'/' hp and ... P 20W 15W
10W 5W 0 515 of Glen Finglas reservoir and can just make out the flat plain
around Stirling and Dumyat. The only hills ... Walk about 500 metres north-east
past the big cairn to a little dip in the ridge at about 680 metres where the path
forks. Take the ...
Author: Kellan MacInnes
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
Category: Sports & Recreation
Shortlisted for the 2013 Saltire Society Scottish First Book award.Edinburgh. 1898. On the cusp of the modern age. Caleb George Cash: mountaineer, geographer, antiquarian and teacher stands at the rocky summit of Arthur's Seat.This is the story of Caleb, me and the Scottish mountains visible from Arthur's Seat. Somehow the Cashs or the Calebs didn't sound right so I have called the hills on Caleb's list The Arthurs.More than just a climbing book this is the story of a survivor. Caleb's List is a beautifully descriptive account in which Kellan MacInnes intertwines his own personal struggle with HIV with the life story of Victorian mountaineer Caleb George Cash, beginning with the moment in 1898 when Caleb stood at the top of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh and made a list of 20 mountains visible from its summit, from Ben Lomond in the west to Lochnager in the east.MacInnes stumbled upon this longforgotten list of hills, now dubbed the Arthurs, and in this book he sets a new hillwalking challenge ... climbing the Arthurs.Drawing on history, literature and personal experience, MacInnes offers both practical and emotional insight into climbing these hills, in an account that is a must-read for hillwalkers, visitors to Edinburgh and lovers of Scotland all over the world.This is not just a book about hillwalking and history. At its heart this is powerful landscape writing that explores the strong bond between a person and the hills they love . . . The author writes with skill and considerable authority. ALEX RODDIE, authorCaleb Cash himself is an important if neglected figure in the history of the Scottish outdoors and the author's personal story gives the book an emotional power unusual in a guidebook. An excellent book. CHRIS TOWNSHEND, authorA triumphant debut. THE GREAT OUTDOORSA tribute to the healing power of the Scottish landscape and to survival against the odds. THE SCOTSMAN
The flight took about an hour and it was as smooth as silk. ... We landed at
Collinstown Airdrome, which was not too far from Finglas, but I had to get the bus
to the city and then another bus to Finglas. I had not told anyone I was coming
and the first one to see me walking over from the bus stop was 'Skipper', my aunt
... As I walked up the path to the front door, Ma opened the door and it was hugs
Author: Tony Cole
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A young man sets off on an odyssey that takes him around the world.
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A listing of medical practitioners registered with the General Medical Council. Includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Data includes name, address, degrees, colleges, appointment, memberships, and publications. Also contains information on United Kingdom hospitals, NHS trusts, and boards of health.