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Foxrock Miscellany by Foxrock Local History Club


Foxrock Miscellany by Foxrock Local History Club

From a detailed account of a German Spy in South County Dublin, to the great engineer William Dargan whose legacy was the railway system that still traverses the country, this wonderful book by the Foxrock local history society explores the achievements, events and personalities that have shaped South County Dublin. Based on a long running series of talks, this volume has distilled the essence of the history of Foxrock and its surrounds in a collection to treasure.

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Publication date

28th February 2012


Foxrock Local History Club

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Nonsuch Publishing an imprint of The History Press Ltd


160 pages


Local history



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