As part of the Dublin Festival of History, a talk on the above by Hugo McGuinness is taking place on 4th October at 14:30 in the library in Charleville Mall, Dublin 1.
The talk is free but registration is required.
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The ESB have added an interactive map to their website, showing when various different locations were connected to the National Grid.
The BBC have a video of the underground section of the currently closed South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall.
The Irish Independent reports on the opening of a hotel in the former Harland and Wolff offices in Belfast.
The Irish Independent has an article about the former Great Southern Railway Hotel in Killarney, which is reverting to its original Great Southern name.
The Cork, sorry, Irish Examiner has a hyperbolic article calling for the Iniscarra Dam to be named after Rena Buckley, who is apparently somebody in ladies GAA.
CNN have an article about the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge in China, declaring that the bridge was ground breaking in 1968 due to its double deck nature.
I hope no-one tells them about the Craigavon Bridge in Derry.
The BBC has an article about the iconic Iron bridge in Coalbrookedale.
The above titled talk will be given by
Sebastian Graham on Monday 25th September at 18:30 at the Old Courthouse, Main Street, Moneymore.
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The Irish Examiner has an article about the lighthouse on Capel Island in Co. Cork that was never finished.