Where townscapes meet seascapes, ports are a significant feature of our nineteenth-century urban inheritance. The topographical, environmental and cartographical impact of ‘the port’ is well represented in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series, as [...]
Erin McGuire of the Dublin Inquirer visits Dublin Port and talks with Niall Brady of ADCO and Lar Joye of Dublin Port on recent capital dredging operations within the Port's navigation channel To read Erin's [...]
A lecture by Dr Niall Brady (Archaeological Diving Company) organised by Trinity Centre for Environmental History in association with the School of History and Humanities.
Niall Brady will present a lecture entitled ‘The working river, a harmonious relationship between City and Port’ on 14 November in Dublin Port Centre from 1pm to 1:45pm, as part of the November Lecture [...]