10 comments on “Season’s Finest

  1. And to you … and thanks for helping to keep our spirits up with lovely photos and interesting history while this damned pandemic swirls around. May we all get out and about again in 2022.

  2. bannmorrow says:

    Best wishes to you also and thank you for the remarkable and interesting uploads throughout the year.

  3. Vincent Delany says:

    Happy Christmas to Robert and all his readers!

  4. David Parks says:

    Happy Christmas Robert and keep up the great work in 2022! A look at some of our shamefully neglected railway architecture would be very much appreciated – starting, perhaps, with Lord Cloncurry’s Towers at Maretimo? Best wishes to you and all your readers.

  5. Irene Wynne says:

    And Seasons Greetings to you too ! Thank you for so many interesting posts and videos this year and the best of luck to you in 2022.

  6. Emma Richey says:

    Wishing you all the best for the Festive Season and thank you for your most interesting posts.

  7. Deborah T. Sena says:

    Another property to consider- perfect example of a house ‘on the brink’ both structure (house and magnificent outbuildings) and contents. Does anyone know its history: Kilmore Lower, County Cavan? My best to all for a safe New Year’s and the return of Ireland’s tourism so I can visit again.

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