One of those hidden right-of-ways that make you feel like you’re stepping through history…
The Glebe (aka – if you’re posh – Jacob’s Ladder) takes you from Struan Hill/Priory Road (just down from Delgany village, behind the wall where the public seats once, eh, sat), down past Three Trout River, and on up those steps…
…to where Christ Church (built in 1798 by Peter La Touche) looms overhead, and Delgany village begins…
This is how Alice must have felt.
You can check out loco historian Shay Clear’s take on The Glebe here, and other secret and not-so-secret walks around these parts in our Take A Hike sectionhere.
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