Dublin Interest

    Stories from Ireland's capital city. This beautiful collection of Dublin interest books will delight those who call the city home or are just visiting.

    James Flanagan: The Lamplighters of the Phoenix Park [2023] hardback


    The Phoenix Park is Ireland's best-known park. Each day, hundreds of people come into the park to work within what is the largest walled park in Europe. And each night,...

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    Donal Fallon: Three Castles Burning: A History of Dublin in Twelve Streets [2022] paperback

    $9.00 – $18.00

    Eason Favourite Book of the Year 2022 'she is no small town, and this is no small story . . .'BASED ON THE POPULAR DUBLIN HISTORY PODCASTA companion to the...

    Declan Dunne: Mulligan's [2015] paperback


    Mulligan's is more than a Dublin pub; it is an Irish cultural phenomenon. It has a unique and colourful history, spanning over two hundred years. Mulligan's has hosted the famous...

    Kelly Brendan: Asylum [2023]


    In 1814, the Richmond Lunatic Asylum at Grangegorman in Dublinstarted an extraordinary programme of asylum building across Ireland,aimed at alleviating the suffering of people with mental illness who werehomeless, in...

    Kevin C. Kearns: In Our Day: An Oral History of Dublin’s Bygone Days [2022] hardback

    $12.00 – $23.00

    For over fifty years, Kevin C. Kearns trekked the rough-and-tumble streets of the heart of Dublin, hoping to record and preserve the city's vanishing oral history. Armed only with a...

    Joe Curtis: Dundrum: Ireland in Old Photographs [2016] paperback


    For many years Dundrum was just another stop on the railway between Harcourt Street and Bray; it was a village in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains that, despite its...

    Fergal Tobin: A City Runs Through Them [2023] hardback


    Dublin's twenty bridges cross the tidal section of the River Liffey flowing through its centre; they were built over a span of a thousand years. Each has made a contribution...

    Christopher Morash: Dublin [2023] hardback


    The words of its writers are part of the texture of Dublin, an invisible counterpart to the bricks and pavement we see around us. Beyond the ever-present footsteps of James...

    Curtis: Portobello: Ireland in Old Photographs [2012] paperback


    Portobello lies on the bank of the Grand Canal, stretching from South Richmond Street to Clanbrassil Street and the South Circular Road and including some of the adjacent roads and...

    Rathfarnham: Ireland in Old Photographs


    Rathfarnham is one of the most fascinating and attractive parts of South County Dublin. Over the years it has witnessed some of the pivotal events in Irish history and has...

    Siobhan Ferguson: prettycitydublin: Discovering Dublin's Beautiful Places: 3 (The Pretty Cities, 3) [2020] hardback


    Dublin is a unique, multi-layered city, where ancient and youthful meet to form a community rich in culture, creativity and song. With picturesque seaside villages and romantic medieval castles, you...

    Joseph Brady: Dublin: Mapping the City [2023] hardback


    Maps are essential tools in finding our way around, but they also tell stories and are great depositories of information. Until the twentieth century and the arrival of aerial images,...

    Declan Collinge: Through the Streets Broad and Narrow [2023] paperback


    The city in literature, song, character and place. Declan Collinge's compelling literary journey down those historic streets, broad and narrow, now adds a rich colourful dimension to our understanding of...

    Tomás Irish: Trinity in war and revolution 1912-1923 [2015] hardback


    This book situates the history of Trinity College Dublin within the great upheavals and changes that were taking place in Ireland and the wider world in the transformative period between...

    Barry Kennerk: Moore Street: The Story of Dublin's Market District [2013] paperback


    Moore Street has long held a special place in the hearts of Irish people. Whether playing host to its local customers or to the generations of country folk who visit...

    Thomas Morris: The Dublin Railway Murder: The sensational true story of a Victorian murder mystery [2022] paperback

    $9.00 – $14.00

    A thrilling investigation of a true Victorian crime at Dublin railway station, shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction 2022.'All the shocks and surprises of the best crime fiction'...

    Planet Lonely: Make My Day Dublin [2023]


    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Make My Day Dublin is a unique guide that allows you to effortlessly plan your perfect day. Flip through the...

    Mark Coen: A Dublin Magdalene Laundry [2023] paperback


    Towards the end of the 20th century, the decades of abuse and neglect perpetrated in Ireland's comprehensive carceral network began finally to be exposed. The mistreatment endured by children and...

    Andrew Hughes: Lives Less Ordinary [2023] paperback


    "So that's our setting. Sixty-nine houses, four corners of Georgian Dublin but just one address. Scope enough for some remarkable tales and extraordinary lives. Homes that ... provide a backdrop...

    Curtis: Harold's Cross: In Old Photographs: Ireland in Old Photographs [2011] paperback


    Harold's Cross got its name from a cross which marked the boundary of the lands owned by the Archbishop of Dublin, and the lands of the Harold clan in the...

    Aa: Dublin [2009] paperback


    Explore historic areas, haunted buildings and follow in the footsteps of the famous, with this exciting city tour guide. The guide offers the walker the opportunity to discover Dublin's history...

    Eyewitness DK: Dublin Like A Local: By The People [2023] hardback


    Keen to explore a different side of Dublin? Like a Local is the book for you.This isn't your ordinary travel guide. You won't find Temple Bar and Trinity College in...

    Frank Mcnally: 111 Places in Dublin That You Must Not Miss [2015] paperback

    $10.00 – $17.00

    Once the second capital of the British Empire, Dublin is a city of monumental architecture with a history both glorious and tragic. But it's also a city brimming with humanity:...

    Emma Bennett: Dublin Art Book W2 [2020] hardback


    This book is a tribute to Dublin, an impressive artistic collection taking the reader on a tour through this most vibrant city. From historic Trinity College and the iconic Ha'penny...

    Brendan Nolan: Dublin Urban Legends Z16 [2023] paperback


    Is there a secret tunnel in O'Connell Street? Who stole the Irish crown jewels? And did the word 'quiz' originate in Dublin as the result of a bet? Urban legends...

    Hugh Oram: The Little Book of Merrion and Booterstown [2018] hardback


    Merrion and Booterstown is a noted residential area on Dublin's south side, close to Dublin Bay. Its leafy streets cover a multitude of historical connections. A reliable reference book, this...

    John Bissett: It’s Not Where You Live, It's How You Live: Class and Gender Struggles in a Dublin Estate [2023] paperback


    This ground-breaking and compelling book takes us deep into the world of a public housing estate in Dublin, showing in fine detail the life struggles of those who live there.The...

    Harold's Cross: A History [2016] paperback

    $6.00 – $7.00

    In ancient times, the main road from Dublin to the province of Leinster was Slige Chualann, passing through Harold's Cross. The River Poddle forked at the 'tongue' in the locality,...

    Eavan Boland: A Poet's Dublin [2023] hardback


    Written over years, the transcendent and moving poems in A Poet's Dublin seek out shadows and impressions of a powerful, historic city, studying how it forms and alters language, memory,...

    Patrick Sweeney: Liffey Ships and Shipbuilding [2010] paperback


    To the vast majority of people, when shipbuilding in Ireland is mentioned, they think only of Belfast, the Harland & Wolff shipyard and the tragic maiden voyage of the Titanic...

    Hugh Oram: The Little Book of Ballsbridge [2014] hardback


    The Little Book of Ballsbridge is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about this leafy suburb of Dublin. Here you will find out about Ballsbridge's famous (and...

    Maurice Curtis: Temple Bar: A History [2016] paperback

    $9.00 – $12.00

    For as long as we have records, Temple Bar has been at the heart of Dublin's cultural life. Its history is one of design, craft, publishing, the performing arts, coffee...

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