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Chester: Can anyone tell me where is the Port?

in Featured/Irish Sea Ports/Ports & Resorts

I have made two quick visits to Chester. It is such a lovely city. Chester Rows, the Roman Walls, the Amphitheatre, Grosvenor Park, and the Canal Basins (and apparently there is even a Zoo!). But there was one thing that I could not find…… the Port! For hundreds of years before the prominence of Liverpool, Chester was…

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The Irish Sea is Born

in Fresh/Geology/Irish Sea/Science and Geography
Irish Sea Dublin

It was 20 millions years ago that Britain and Ireland ended up where they are now.  Almost 300 million years before that, the super continent Gondwanaland had began to separate in a north-south movement. Then 100 million years ago this shifted a an east-west separation, and by 40 million years ago the Atlantic Ocean was…

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Another reason to use the East Link – Poolbeg yacht and boat club

in Boats/Dublin/Fresh/Irish Sea
Poolbeg yacht and boat club

One of the best reasons to cross the East Link bridge, is to catch a glimpse of the boats close to Poolbeg Yacht, Boat Club, & Marina.  

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The Business View – Clontarf from Eastpoint

in Dublin/Fresh/Industrial/Irish Sea/Land

The land on which East-Point business park is built is an area that few Dublin residents visit – other than those working there. And yet it contains one scarcely known view of the city – a view of Clontarf promenade.

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