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A History of Hendrick Street

This street grew in fits and starts from the 1730s and once had an impressive terrace of gabled Dutch Billys, long since demolished. The street has had a long association with Irish Methodism, the nearby Royal Barracks and the Smithfield farmers' markets. An essay on some of its landmarks and inhabitants is available at this link.

Hendrick Street, Dublin, Smithfield, Denise Dowdall, Historyeye, Burke's Funeral Directors, Edmundson Electrical, The Gravel Walk, Royal Barracks, St. Paul's Parish, St. Michan's Church
Historyeye | Hendrick Street North Dublin City


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