File:Walls of Dublin with Bridge, R Poddle and other waterways.jpg

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English: "Map of the walls of Dublin by Leonard R. Strangways, 1904" - A map of early Dublin, Ireland, with the ancient city walls, and waterways including the River Poddle, flowing into the River Liffey, and much other detail, with annotations.
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Source Paper in family album (from some historical journal?)
Author Leonard Strangways
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