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by Nicky Rossiter

  • Author: Nicky Rossiter
  • ISBN: 1845885562
  • ISBN13: 978-1845885564
  • ePub: 1193 kb | FB2: 1700 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Nonsuch Publishing (October 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 177
  • Format: azw mbr lrf doc
My Wexford ePub download

With chapters on industry, religious practices, entertainment and Wexford characters, this fascinating compendium this can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets.

With chapters on industry, religious practices, entertainment and Wexford characters, this fascinating compendium this can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets of this maritime town. One fee. Stacks of books.

A reliable reference book and a quirky guide, this can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets of the Model County.

The Little Book of County Wexford. A reliable reference book and a quirky guide, this can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets of the Model County.

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Book: In his book "Wexford", a history tour and miscellany, Nicky Rossiter outlined the history of the town and through words and pictures illuminated the general story of the town. In this volume, he gets more personal. He reminisces about everything from how weekends were spent in the 1960s through transistor radios to the comics of the day. These personal thoughts and s Book: In his book "Wexford", a history tour and miscellany, Nicky Rossiter outlined the history of the town and through words and pictures illuminated the general story of the town

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Part of the Ireland in Old Photographs Series). The historic town of Wexford has a rich and vibrant history, which is uniquely encapsulated in this selection of archive images taken from the John Scanlon Collection, curated by Dominic Kiernan and preserved by Paddy Donovan. A native of Wexford, the late John Scanlon was a prolific photographer who captured a period in Wexford's history, from the 1950s to the.

Wexford Little Free Library. So if you have a book that you would like other people to read why not drop one or two this little library or any of the other Wexford Little Free Library's. 10 March 2019 at 09:32. Do you require/accept book donations centrally? Mandy Sludds. 8 January 2019 at 15:10. And a massive Thank You to Rachel Cogley for painting this one. And thank you to Martina Furlong for the old one.

The Little Book of Wexford. Lost Wexford: The Forgotten Heritage. Welcome to The Little Book of County Wexford. Main Street: Heart of Wexford. carousel previous carousel next. As with its predecessor, it is not a formal history or chronicle of the ‘Model County’ but rather a collection of interesting, intriguing and often previously unpublished bits and pieces.

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Wexford has always had a close relationship with the sea. One of the county’s most famous sons, John Barry, is known as the Father of the US Navy and, in Maritime Wexford, columnist Jack O’Leary and local historian Nicky Rossiter take the reader on a voyage that touches on this and many other stories of Wexford’s maritime devlopment.

Book: In his book "Wexford", a history tour and miscellany, Nicky Rossiter outlined the history of the town and through words and pictures illuminated the general story of the town. In this volume, he gets more personal. He reminisces about everything from how weekends were spent in the 1960s through transistor radios to the comics of the day. These personal thoughts and stories will strike chords and set off memories for anyone from anywhere. He also looks back further to stories and miscellaneous items that he particularly loves about the town and surrounding areas - the fort at Rosslare, a gruesome murder and old words and expressions. Add to these a plethora of old photographs and his guide to reading the images in a historical context and you have another fact and fun packed volume that will appeal to much more than the Wexfordophile.