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Greystones Station Dublin Rail
Greystones is Ireland's Best Station
April 11, 2008 - Greystones Station took the coveted title of Overall Best Station for the first time today at the 16th annual Waterford Crystal-sponsored Iarnród Éireann Best Station Awards. The award was presented to Lenny McCarthy, Greystones Station by CIÉ and Iarnród Éireann Chairman Dr. John Lynch at a ceremony at Croke Park Stadium, with Greystones also collecting the Best DART Station prize.

swords Castle Magazine
Medieval stronghold regains old grandeur
September 2, 2006 - The story of Swords Castle, which spans some 810 years, can be divided in a building and shaping chapter of 400 years and another chapter of four centuries with tales of neglect and decay. The story ends happily with a ten year long chapter of glorious restoration. Construction work on Swords Castle began in the 12th Century with the appointment of the first Norman bishop of Dublin, John Comyn.

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Haute cuisine for rare birds in Booterstown
August 29, 2006 - Squeezed between a busy road and a commuter railway line, the muddy four hectares of land known as Booterstown Marsh is an unlikely location for a nature reserve. Especially as the city centre of Dublin is just a few kilometers up the road. But neither the constant noise of the traffic on the Rock Road nor the rattling of Dart and Commuter trains seem to disturb the Dunlins, Redshanks or Black-tailed Godwits when they indulge in their exquisite food which can be found there in ample supply.


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