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This was a really interesting read, and I plan on reading the follow up. Yeah, a piece of Irish history I wasn’t aware of…it’s fascinating to me, I feel a connection to the country for some reason.
Thanks a million for this post, it was really interesting. I was wondering where you got the image of the Bruree Mills?
Just from a Google search. Its a very iconic photo that’s widely available.
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