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Fantastic collection of shots! That’s a trip down memory lane. Confused and saddened as to why Mr. Harrison, Tidy Towns stalwart and obsessive lawn mower wasn’t in the Tidy Towns pic….
Confused and saddened? I’m guessing he wasn’t around that day at that particular hour. Simple as.
yGreat pictures of beautiful Delgany I was lucky to be born there in 1940. My father Frank Everard worked at Newalls as a barman and he later bought the place. My two brothers and sister were also born there. So we are true Delgany family and we are very proud of that fact. Sadly due to down turn in trade we had sell up in 1952 and we moved to Greystones for a couple years and like so many people at that time we emigrate to England. It was heart breaking at the time. Delgany was a great place to grow up in so I am very grateful for that.
Excited to see the first picture at the top of the page, showing horses and riders in Delgany: The dark-haired rider is me, on a horse called Samson, circa 1950.
Wondering where the original came from? Would love to get a copy!
Warm regards Breda.
Awesome! Just remove one L from the first pic of Newel’s hotel.
I’m a descendant of James
Calgary Ab, Can
Great pictures Paul bringing back plenty of memories
Great information on old and modern Greystones .