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Old 21-10-2017, 06:24 PM
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He was not born in Crumlin Paudge but he lived there for many many years one of the old Crumliners

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Old 28-10-2017, 02:43 PM
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Friend of mine had this photo taken from the sixties, He lived on Cashel Road and he is first to your left. This photo was taken from Man Under the Bridge
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Primetime tonight is about a house in Crumlin that had over sixty people staying there and paying rent. We thought we were bad in the forties and fifties with four in a bed lol! It will be interesting to see how they managed

Wonder was there a queue for the toilet
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Old 15-11-2017, 01:03 PM
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The Large apartment block that was planned for Crumlin village against the wishes of most Crumliners has not been granted permission. It would have looked silly

This is Brickfield today so very unlike when I was growing up
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The Large apartment block that was planned for Crumlin village against the wishes of most Crumliners has not been granted permission. It would have looked silly

This is Brickfield today so very unlike when I was growing up
Is that the apartment block that is planed for where Mooney’s pub is now,or the Hub as it is called now
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Yes Rasher someone put up a picture of how it would look if erected and it was so strange, Glad permission was refused
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Yes Rasher someone put up a picture of how it would look if erected and it was so strange, Glad permission was refused
They build apartments all over Tallaght Village and they are an eyesore,plenty of backhanders I suppose.
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The Large apartment block that was planned for Crumlin village against the wishes of most Crumliners has not been granted permission. It would have looked silly

This is Brickfield today so very unlike when I was growing up
I used to play soccer there in my early days...it used to like glass field , full of broken bottles and stones... that's a great change for the people of the area, looks like a nice place to have a walk .
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Old 16-11-2017, 12:07 PM
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I used to play soccer there in my early days...it used to like glass field , full of broken bottles and stones... that's a great change for the people of the area, looks like a nice place to have a walk .
I played there also Cosmo and many a bee I caught in my jar. There was a Jam Factory beside it, Kavanaghs I think and the smell hovered on the air attracting the bees.

The weeds were high and in their midst broken bottles jars etc. yet my friends and I loved to play there for hours on end on long endless sunny summer days. It looks so lovely now as does many other Crumlin Fields
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