About Old Malahide
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Seat of the Talbot family for 800 years.
A brief history
An ancient holy well in the village centre.
Sea fishing was an important source of income.
Oyster beds were located just downstream of the present railway viaduct in the 19th century.
About the port and regattas in the 1870s
A circumnavigation and early history of the largest island on the east coast.
Shops have come and shops have gone.
Main St., The Diamond & Townyard Lane
The Green, Strand St. and Back Strand
Andrew was a land agitator and supporter
of Parnell. Son Tom, was an academic/poet.
Recent history, birdlife, the castle and gardens
New St., Church Rd., St. Andrew's Grove, Old St.,
Railway Avenue, Seabank and The Hill
A major, but short lived, late 18th century
enterprise at Yellow Walls.