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Ballylongford - The new Rahilly house

The new 3 storey Rahilly house at Ballylongford, Co.Kerry.



Ballylongford, maybe 1880s.
Looking N up Main St towards the 3 storey house at the crossroads.
Lawrence Collection 7535 W.L.
See full size and original.
See alternate scan.
See other scan from ancestry.com.



Ballylongford, maybe 1880s.
Looking N up Main St towards the 3 storey house at the crossroads.
Lawrence Collection 7536 W.L.
See full size and original.
See alternate scan.
See other scan from ancestry.com.



This is the 3 storey house, Ballylongford.
This is [P106/510(1)].
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The 3 storey house, Ballylongford.
Looking N up Main St (which becomes Quay St at the junction).
Photo 2006. See full size.



The crossroads, Ballylongford. Photo 2006.
Looking W.
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The plaque to The O'Rahilly

The O'Rahilly was born in this house in 1875.
A plaque to him was erected on the S wall of the house on 1 May 1966.



The plaque to The O'Rahilly on the 3 storey house in Ballylongford.
Photo 2004. In public domain. See full size.
See alternative shot taken 2006.
See street view.



The plaque unveiling in 1966.
This is [P106/118].
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See back.



Quay Street, Ballylongford (the address of the Rahilly houses) retains its old name in English.
But in Irish it is now called "Sráid Uí Rathallaigh" after The O'Rahilly.
Photo 2015. See larger and full size.
See other shot.
See street view.






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