We are looking forward to being part of the Rose Festival. St. Anne's Park, Dublin, on July 20th and 21st, we hope to see you there.
We are looking forward to being part of the Rose Festival. St. Anne's Park, Dublin, on July 20th and 21st, we hope to see you there.
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Rebuilding St Annes — Raheny

Where are they now? Parts of the St Anne's Park mansion.

Clontarf Dublin Guinness History Mansion Model Raheny St Anne's Park

Where are they now?  Parts of the St Anne's Park mansion.

Welcome back!  To start I'd like to thank everyone for the kind and positive comments on my original post.  In this blog I am looking to try to find what parts of the house might still exist.  Finding the Plunket Organ This time out let's start with the Plunket organ.  This is the organ that was the centre piece in the Drawing Room. It sits in a semicircular alcove.  For those who have been to the park this is the most noticeable feature you can see in the nicely fenced off excavation site. I found out through a friend of Leo Devitt connected to...

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Rebuilding the St Anne's Park mansion. A tale of history, AI and mystery.

Clontarf Dublin Guinness History Mansion Model Raheny St Anne's Park

Rebuilding the St Anne's Park mansion. A tale of history, AI and mystery.

In autumn 2023 I had a week off and decided to start a new adventure.  Having spent many the evening looking at the progress of the dig in St. Anne's Park I was curious as to what lay beneath. How big was the house, where did it start and end and how did that match the walls that were exposed in the dig?  There was nothing else for it, but to attempt to reconstruct the house as a model.  I have a mini drone, so ultimately I was hoping to send it up and overlay the model on reality.  Armed...

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