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The Long Lost Linen Industry of Dingle

While no one would have described Dingle as an industrial town at any point in history, from 1755 to 1837, it was home to a thriving linen trade worth £60,000 annually – which went a lot further then than it does now...

The Drama of Dingle’s Famous Light Rail

If you drive from Tralee to Dingle along the N86, you will see some beautiful scenery in the fleeting moments you can safely glance up from the road. Of course, in times past it would have been a very different journey. If you were travelling in 1913 instead of now, you could have enjoyed the views from the Tralee and Dingle Light Railway.....

Blossom

After being drenched in summer sun and later heavy rain the gardens at Emlagh have really to begun to blossom. The borders are a real show of pinks, purples, whites and blues.After being drenched in summer sun and later heavy rain the gardens at Emlagh have really to begun to blossom. The borders are a real show of pinks, purples, whites and blues....