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The old Rahilly house, Ballylongford

See Rahillys at Ballylongford.





The old Rahilly house, Ballylongford (now Finucane's pub).
Photo 2006. See full size.



The sign of Finucane's pub (also called "O'Rahilly's").
Photo 2006. See full size.



Close-up of above.



Inside the old house. Photo 2006. See full size.
See other shot.



Inside the old house. Photo 2006. See full size.



Inside kitchen of the old Rahilly house.
An intercom connecting the kitchen in the old house to the drawing room in the new Rahilly house next door (just a tube allowing one to talk from one place to the other).
Must be Richard Rahilly's invention.
Photo 2006. See full size.



Close-up of above.


 

O'Rahilly memorabilia in Finucane's pub.
See the photo used here.
Note cash register.
Note article about new plaque in Dublin.
Note message from Gerry Adams.
Photo 2006. See full size.
See alternate shot.



Finucane's pub have the old writing desk of "M.J.R." (The O'Rahilly, not his uncle or grandfather).
Photo 2006. See full size.



Close-up of above.





Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa?



Manchán Magan made a series of TV programs, Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa? ("Who lived in my house?") for TG4.
In Series 1, Episode 5: "Finucane's, Béal Átha Longfoirt" looked at the O'Rahilly house, Ballylongford. This aired 9 Dec 2010.




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