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The Little Book of Rathmines

Hardback, 01/12/2018, €15.00
A compendium of historical facts and figures, perfect for dipping into. Full of information that will make you say, `I never knew that'

The Little Book of Ranelagh

Hardback, 01/08/2017, €15.00
The Little Book of Ranelagh is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts this Dublin suburb.

To Hell or Monto: The Story of Dublin's Two Most Notorious Red-Lights Districts

Paperback, 31/03/2015, €18.00
There was a time when the two most notorious red-light districts not only in Ireland but in all of Europe could be found on the streets of Dublin.

The Liberties in Pictures

Paperback, 19/10/2018, €20.00


Paperback, 01/07/2011, €17.00

Rathfarnham in Old Photographs

Paperback, 26/11/2013, €17.00
Over the years it has witnessed some of the pivotal events in Irish history and has been home to some of the most important people in Irish social, religious, political and economic history, people who have left us a lasting legacy in the areas of culture, sport, music, art and literature, including W.B.

Rathgar: A History

Paperback, 10/12/2015, €18.00
Rathgar may well be the most fascinating area of Dublin. Rathgar's residents have also proved to be some of the most influential in Irish political, social and cultural life, with at least four Nobel Prizewinners boasting strong ties with the area.

Temple Bar

Paperback, 04/07/2016, €18.00
For as long as we have records, Temple Bar has been at the heart of Dublin's cultural life. The world's favourite oratorio and chorus - `Hallelujah' from Handel's Messiah - had its world premiere in Temple Bar in 1742 in Neals' Musick Hall, and a tradition of great musical vibrancy has continued there over time.

Dublin be Damned!: A Story of a Heroic City, A Story of a Heroic Family

Paperback, 01/05/2018, €19.99
The fascinating history of Dublin, interwoven with the story of a fictional family in the city

Portobello in Old Photographs

Paperback, 30/03/2012, €16.99
Portobello lies on the bank of the Grand Canal, stretching from South Richmond Street to Clanbrassil Street and the South Circular Road and including some of the adjacent roads and streets. It includes some of the great names of Irish letters, including George Bernard Shaw, James Joyce and Brendan Behan;