Himalaya-The podcast Player

4.8K Ratings
Open in app
title

The Metals Heritage Audio Guide

Aileen O'Meara

0
Followers
8
Plays
The Metals Heritage Audio Guide

The Metals Heritage Audio Guide

Aileen O'Meara

0
Followers
8
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

An audio guide to a historic walkway in Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

Latest Episodes

[11] Hill

At Dalkey Quarry, above Ardbrugh Road. A view of the Harbour below, with the Quarry all around you.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[11] Hill

[10] Flags

Just below Ardbrugh Road, walking up from Dalkey Avenue. A walkway to the top, still intact and useful.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[10] Flags

[09] Quarry

At Old Quarry Road, at intersection with Dalkey Avenue. Friction wheels and gravity help bring the granite down.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[09] Quarry

[08] Atmospheric

At Atmospheric Road, at intersection with Barnhill Road. So what is an atmospheric railway, and how come Kingstown had one?

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[08] Atmospheric

[07] Glenageary

At Glenageary DART station alongside Station Road. Full wagons every two minutes, as the production line intensifies.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[07] Glenageary

[06] Claremont

At Claremont Villas, where the Metals takes a sharp turn. Landowners versus squatters, hospitals and strikes.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[06] Claremont

[05] Sandycove

Magenta Place, just as it meets Eden Road Upper. Track plates and wooden wagons help horses pull huge loads.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[05] Sandycove

[04] Chisels

Just before Martello Avenue, past Park Road. How they broke up the rock to create level platforms.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[04] Chisels

[03] Harbour

Just past entrance to Moran Park, at monument to Christ the King, near Haigh Terrace. The granite hillocks that were named the Three Churls.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[03] Harbour

[02] West Pier

At entrance to West Pier, at Old Dun Leary Road. From glaciers to granite, and a lost Martello Tower.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[02] West Pier

Latest Episodes

[11] Hill

At Dalkey Quarry, above Ardbrugh Road. A view of the Harbour below, with the Quarry all around you.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[11] Hill

[10] Flags

Just below Ardbrugh Road, walking up from Dalkey Avenue. A walkway to the top, still intact and useful.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[10] Flags

[09] Quarry

At Old Quarry Road, at intersection with Dalkey Avenue. Friction wheels and gravity help bring the granite down.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[09] Quarry

[08] Atmospheric

At Atmospheric Road, at intersection with Barnhill Road. So what is an atmospheric railway, and how come Kingstown had one?

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[08] Atmospheric

[07] Glenageary

At Glenageary DART station alongside Station Road. Full wagons every two minutes, as the production line intensifies.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[07] Glenageary

[06] Claremont

At Claremont Villas, where the Metals takes a sharp turn. Landowners versus squatters, hospitals and strikes.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[06] Claremont

[05] Sandycove

Magenta Place, just as it meets Eden Road Upper. Track plates and wooden wagons help horses pull huge loads.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[05] Sandycove

[04] Chisels

Just before Martello Avenue, past Park Road. How they broke up the rock to create level platforms.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[04] Chisels

[03] Harbour

Just past entrance to Moran Park, at monument to Christ the King, near Haigh Terrace. The granite hillocks that were named the Three Churls.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[03] Harbour

[02] West Pier

At entrance to West Pier, at Old Dun Leary Road. From glaciers to granite, and a lost Martello Tower.

-1 s2011 AUG 19
Comments
[02] West Pier
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya Premium